Broken English (1996 film)

Broken English

Theatrical release poster
Directed byGregor Nicholas
Written byGregor Nicholas
Johanna Pigott
StarringAleksandra Vujcic
Julian Arahanga
Rade Serbedzija
Release date(s)1996
Running time92 min.
CountryNew Zealand
LanguageEnglish/ Serbo-Croatian / Maori / Japanese
IMDb profile
Broken English was a feature film made in New Zealand in 1996. Directed by Gregor Nicholas, it stars Aleksandra Vujcic, Julian Arahanga and Rade Serbedzija.

Plot summary

A Croatian immigrant to New Zealand falls in love with a Māori co-worker but battles against her father.

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Johanna Pigott is an Australian musician, singer/songwriter and screenwriter.[1] Johanna Paton Pigott[2] (born c. 1955) was educated at the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney in Croydon together with schoolmate Angela Webber.
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Anthem
"God Defend New Zealand"
"God Save the Queen" 1


Capital Wellington

Largest city Auckland
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English}}} 
Writing system: Latin (English variant) 
Official status
Official language of: 53 countries
Regulated by: no official regulation
Language codes
ISO 639-1: en
ISO 639-2: eng
ISO 639-3: eng  
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Serbo-Croatian }}}
Language codes
ISO 639-1: sh (deprecated)
ISO 639-2: formerly scr, scc
ISO 639-3: hbs  — Serbo-Croat Serbo-Croatian or Croato-Serbian (also Croatian or Serbian
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Japanese
日本語
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Anthem
"God Defend New Zealand"
"God Save the Queen" 1


Capital Wellington

Largest city Auckland
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Paraone Reweti, politician.
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  • 26 November: Joan Hammond, opera singer.
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  • Anthem
    Lijepa naša domovino
    Our beautiful homeland


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