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No. 2, released as Naming Number Two in North America, is a 2006 New Zealand film written and directed by Toa Fraser in his feature film debut. It was released 16 February 2006 in New Zealand and 3 August 2007 in the U.S. It was adapted from British-Fijian playwright Fraser's 2000 play. Nanna Maria, the matriarch of a Fijian extended family living in a suburb of Auckland, New Zealand, feels that the heart and passion has gone out of her clan. One morning, she demands that her grown grandchildren put on a big pig-roast at which she will name her successor. The grandchildren — Soul, Charlene, Hibiscus, Erasmus, and her favorite, Tyson — reluctantly turn up, Tyson with his English girlfriend, Maria (called Danish Maria in the end-credits, but not in the film itself). Family conflicts play out as the difficult day progresses, but in the end the grandchildren—and eventually Nanna's children too—join with cousins and others in a traditional celebration. The film was shot in the Auckland,...
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