“…Kiwi western a labour of love…”

“…Laura Westbrook talks to director Mike Wallis and lead actress Inge Rademeyer – as the first New Zealand western is set to hit cinemas around the country.

Good for Nothing started out as a boy’s fantasy.

The young Mike Willis spent most of his family holidays in Central Otago – and roaming the rugged and untamed territory he pictured himself being part in one of his beloved western movies.

Being a fan of Spaghetti Westerns, which take the stories of the Old West and shoot them half a world away in Italy, he thought to himself -

- “wouldn’t it be interesting…”.

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