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Elizabeth Moody is a Actor Néo-Zélandaise born on 1 january 1939

Elizabeth Moody

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Nationality Nouvelle zelande
Birth 1 january 1939
Death 12 january 2010 (at 71 years) at Christchurch (Nouvelle zelande)

Elizabeth Moody (née Bromley, 29 October 1939 – 12 January 2010) was a New Zealand film, television and theatre actress and director.

Usually with

Peter Jackson
Peter Jackson
(3 films)
Fran Walsh
Fran Walsh
(3 films)
Jamie Selkirk
Jamie Selkirk
(3 films)
Sam Pillsbury
Sam Pillsbury
(1 films)
Sala Baker
Sala Baker
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Elizabeth Moody (4 films)

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Actress

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, 2h58
Directed by Peter Jackson
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Action, Adventure
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Monde imaginaire, Middle-earth films
Actors Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen, Liv Tyler, Viggo Mortensen, Sean Astin, Cate Blanchett
Roles Lobelia Sackville-Baggins (extended edition)
Rating83% 4.1708454.1708454.1708454.1708454.170845
In the Second Age of Middle Earth, the Dark Lord Sauron forges the One Ring in Mount Doom to conquer all. An alliance of men and elves battle Sauron’s forces in Mordor, where Isildur kills Sauron by chopping off the hand wearing the One Ring. Sauron's spirit survives within the ring and corrupts Isildur so that he keeps it instead of destroying it. This decision leads to Isildur's being killed by Orcs, and the ring is lost in the river Anduin for 2500 years. It comes into the possession of Sméagol who is consumed by its power and becomes Gollum. After 500 years the ring abandons him, to be discovered by a Hobbit named Bilbo Baggins.
Heavenly Creatures, 1h39
Directed by Peter Jackson
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama, Biography, Fantasy, Crime
Themes Feminist films, Seafaring films, Films about sexuality, Transport films, LGBT-related films, Political films, Buddy films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film, Lesbian-related films
Actors Melanie Lynskey, Kate Winslet, Jed Brophy, Clive Merrison, Peter Elliott, Elizabeth Moody
Roles Miss Waller
Rating72% 3.6489253.6489253.6489253.6489253.648925
In 1950s Christchurch, New Zealand, a 14-year-old girl from a working-class family, Pauline Parker (Lynskey), befriends the more affluent English 15-year-old Juliet Hulme (Winslet) when Juliet transfers to Pauline's school. They bond over a shared history of severe childhood disease and isolating hospitalizations, and over time develop an intense friendship. Pauline admires Juliet's outspoken arrogance and beauty. Together they paint, write stories, make Plasticine figurines, and eventually create a fantasy kingdom called Borovnia. It is the setting of the adventure novels they write together, which they hope to have published and eventually made into films in Hollywood. Over time it begins to be as real to them as the real world. Pauline's relationship with her mother, Honora, becomes increasingly hostile and the two fight constantly. This angry atmosphere is in contrast to the peaceful intellectual life Juliet shares with her family. Pauline spends most of her time at the Hulmes', where she feels accepted. Juliet introduces Pauline to the idea of "the Fourth World", a Heaven without Christians where music and art are celebrated. Juliet believes she will go there when she dies. Certain actors and musicians are "saints" in this afterlife.
Braindead
Braindead (1992)
, 1h44
Directed by Peter Jackson
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Zombie films, Films about viral outbreaks, Comedy horror films, Disaster films
Actors Timothy Balme, Elizabeth Moody, Jed Brophy, Stuart Devenie, Harry Sinclair, Forrest J Ackerman
Roles Vera Cosgrove
Rating74% 3.7494053.7494053.7494053.7494053.749405
In 1957, The "Sumatran Rat-Monkey" is a hybrid creature that, "according to legend", resulted from the rape of tree monkeys on Skull Island by plague-carrying rats. Stewart McAlden (Bill Ralston), an explorer returning from the depths of the island with his team, is carrying a rat-monkey in a cage and is stopped by fierce warrior natives that demand the return of the monkey. They escape to a waiting jeep, but Stewart gets bitten by the Rat-Monkey. Seeing the mark of the monkey's bite on his right hand, Stewart's men hold down the explorer and amputate it. A bite mark is then seen on his left arm, which results in the removal of that limb. Finally, they see a set of bloody scratches on Stewart's forehead and kill him. The captured rat-monkey is shipped to Wellington Zoo in New Zealand.
The Scarecrow, 1h28
Directed by Sam Pillsbury
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror, Crime
Actors John Carradine, Bruce Allpress, Jonathan Hardy, Martyn Sanderson, Greer Robson-Kirk, Roy Billing
Rating56% 2.8275352.8275352.8275352.8275352.827535
One night a girl is slain in the woods of a small town, two teenagers, Sam and Les, inadvertently cross the killer's path while robbing the hens of Victor the school bully. According to Sam Edwards the film is not as bleak as the novel. Small-town New Zealand in the 1950s is puritanical on the surface but depraved to its depths.