An area of New Zealand history that has been swept under the carpet is the subject of a new home-grown movie which releases this week. White Lies, adapted from Whale Rider author Witi Ihimaera’s novella Medicine Woman, is set in a time when new laws prohibited unlicensed healers, making the practise of much Maori medicine illegal.
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