Monday, January 23, 2006

Hitting the town with Phil Goff



Tonight I have been invited by Hon. Phil Goff, New Zealand's Minister of Trade, and Defence, and KEA to attend a movie screening of NO.2. I wonder if there will be NZ wine and lamb chops... HMM. Anyway if I get the opportunity to chat with Phil I think I will ask him what US Pacific Command head Admiral William Fallon, the PM and he had to say to each other on the 20th in Auckland. I would then push further and ask if he was in the USA to buy some F16's and if NZ is planing on sending more troops to Afganistan and or Iraq. It would be interesting to know if he is going to visit Washington DC.

I would then request some more wine, because if Ambassador Wood is there it will be a good night...

5 comments:

Rob Good said...

The movie rocked. I did ask Phill Goff if he was up to buy F16's, he said he was there to sell off some old planes. He said Admiral Fallon was nice, and that he was off to Geneva soon. Great night, great movie.

Mike Readman said...

Filmed entirely in a South Auckland backyard! Hopefully now there will be more successful movies filmed there.

Rob Good said...

Toa said it was filmed mostly in Mt Roskill, with part of it in Henderson.

Little Girl in a Black Apron said...

taungaroa emile is in shortland street at the moment! unusual!

Rob Good said...

Tuva Novotny is beautiful.... There were a lot of actors in the movie that I recognised from Shortland Street.