Old Scores - 1991
South Pacific Pictures & HTV/CYMRU Productions - 92 min.
Cast: Martyn Sanderson, Windsor Davis, Alison Bruce, Beth Morris, John Bach, Tony Barry, Roy Billing, Robert Bruce, Terence Cooper, Dafydd Emyr, Howell Evans, John Francis, Peter Gwynne, Glynn Houston, Stephanie Millar, John Moreno, Andrew Powell, Robert Pugh, Keith Quin, Clayton Spence, Stephen Tozer.
Screenplay: Dean Parker, Greg McGee; Photography: Allen Guilford; Editor: Mike Horton, Jamie Selkirk; Music: Wayne Warlow; Producers: Don Reynolds, Jo Johnson, Manny Wessels; Director: Alan Clayton.
Twenty-five years after the 1966 rugby test between Wales and New Zealand, a touch judge confesses on his deathbed that he cheated for Wales. The two rugby associations decide that the match must be replayed with the same team members as in 1966; achieving that however involves some difficulties. This film will probably have little appeal outside of New Zealand, Wales, Australia and possibly other rugby playing countries, given its very strong appeal to "rugby culture". Ex-All Black, Steve McDowell, supervised training and fitness and helped choreograph the games.
Censor rating: PG - Review rating: C+
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