God's Big Break

  • Woop
  • March 4, 2010
  • Deirdre Robert
God's Big Break

Youtube Video

Last week we posted a story announcing the five finalists in Tourism New Zealand's 'Your Big Break' competition, in which budding film makers from around the world were asked to submit a three minute video that best captures New Zealand's youthfulness.

The five finalist comprise of an Argentinian, two Americans, and two Kiwis.

We thought we'd showcase one of the Kiwi finalists. This video shows what happens when a zealous young boy befriends a frosty bearded man consuming a frosty soft serve cone. But why this particular video out of the five? Well, we thought you might appreciate seeing what it looks like when God himself, does a 'bomb' off a cliff.

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  • November 21, 2018
  • StopPress Team
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