Lively, spirited and inventive, Where We Once Belonged is an unflinchingly honest, sometimes brutal, and wildly funny coming-of-age story set in 1970s Samoa.
Alofa and her friends Lili and Moa are typical teenage girls. They tease the local boys, misbehave at school and dream about their weddings. But there is a darker side to Alofa’s life; underneath the idyllic is an undertow of family violence, religion and colonisation.
Based on the award winning book by Sia Figiel and featuring 14 beautiful and talented young Pasifika performers, Where We Once Belonged is an unforgettable singing, dancing, laughing, crying-out-loud celebration of Pacific life.
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