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Ian Mune is a Actor, Director, Scriptwriter and Art Direction Néo-Zélandais born on 1 january 1941 at Auckland (Nouvelle zelande)

Ian Mune

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Birth name Ian Barry Mune
Nationality Nouvelle zelande
Birth 1 january 1941 (79 years) at Auckland (Nouvelle zelande)

Ian Barry Mune OBE (born 1941) is a New Zealand character actor, director, and screenwriter. His screen acting career spans four decades and more than 50 roles. His work as a director includes hit comedy Came a Hot Friday, an adaptation of classic New Zealand play The End of the Golden Weather, and What Becomes of the Broken Hearted?, the sequel to Once Were Warriors.

Mune was born in Auckland, and educated at Wesley College in the same city. In the 1991 New Year Honours he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for services to the theatre and film industry. He was married to the writer Josie Mune until her death in 2015.

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Geoff Murphy
Geoff Murphy
(4 films)
Don Selwyn
Don Selwyn
(5 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Ian Mune (21 films)

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Housebound
Housebound (2014)
, 1h51
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Thriller, Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes Ghost films, Comedy horror films
Actors Morgana O'Reilly, Cameron Rhodes, Ian Mune, Bruce Hopkins
Rating67% 3.398013.398013.398013.398013.39801
Kylie, a troubled young woman, attempts to steal the safe from an ATM. Her accomplice knocks himself out while attacking the ATM with a sledgehammer, and, when she is slowed by attempting to save him, the police capture both. Due to her history of recidivism, she is sentenced by the judge to house arrest for eight months under the care of her mother, Miriam. Kylie does not get along with either her mother or her step-father, Graeme, both of whom she considers to be nothing but boring annoyances. A security contractor, Amos, explains that Kylie's ankle monitor will alert the police if she ever leaves the premises of her mother's house.
Two Little Boys, 1h46
Genres Comedy
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Bret McKenzie, Filip Berg, Ian Mune
Rating58% 2.907432.907432.907432.907432.90743
Nige (Bret McKenzie) and Deano (Hamish Blake) are two childhood friends who live in Invercargill in the South Island of New Zealand. However, estrangement has since resulted, because Nige has stopped flatting with Deano over concerns about Nige's self-perceived emotional dependence on his friend, and moved in with a third friend, Gav (Maaka Pohatu). However, Nige inadvertently runs over a Norwegian backpacker with his unreliable Ford Laser and kills him, and enlists the assistance of Deano to conceal the body, although not without ambivalence from Deano due to his 'abandonment' issues after Nige terminated their earlier flatting cohabitation. The film also deals with the consequently bungled and incompetent police investigation into the comedy of errors that produced this chain of events, with humorous consequences.
The Insatiable Moon, 1h39
Genres Drama
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Rawiri Paratene, Sara Wiseman, Ian Mune, Jason Hoyte
Roles Norm
Rating65% 3.287983.287983.287983.287983.28798
Arthur is a Māori man, who sees himself as the second son of God, and works to enlighten those around him. Arthur is considered mentally ill, and lives in a Ponsonby boarding house, operated by the foul-mouthed but hard-working house manager Bob. His friends at the boarding house all have their share of problems, and view Arthur as a role model in many ways.
Ike: Countdown to D-Day, 1h29
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Action, Adventure, Historical
Themes Political films
Actors Tom Selleck, James Remar, Timothy Bottoms, Gerald McRaney, Ian Mune, John Bach
Roles Winston Churchill
Rating70% 3.5460253.5460253.5460253.5460253.546025
Ike. Opération Overlord décrit les 90 jours de tension précédant l'invasion du Jour J et de la façon dont Dwight David Eisenhower, contre toute attente, a brillamment orchestré la plus importante manœuvre militaire dans l'histoire moderne
Spooked
Spooked (2004)
, 1h34
Directed by Geoff Murphy
Genres Drama, Thriller
Actors Cliff Curtis, Ian Mune, Peter Elliott, Miriama Smith, John Leigh, Mark Ferguson
Roles Dave Johnson
Rating48% 2.413952.413952.413952.413952.41395
Investigative journalist Mort Whitman (Cliff Curtis) is onto the story of his lifetime, the most important story in the nation. It was huge involving a big pay-off from a multinational bank to a second-hand computer dealer Kevin Jones (Christopher Hobbs). Tracing the days leading up to Kevin's suspicious death, Mort reveals Kevin's increasing paranoia and erratic behaviour through the eyes of his best mate Jimmy Blick (John Leigh) and girlfriend Ruby Elder (Miriama Smith). What dangerous secrets had he stumbled upon? Did the forces - private security, police, SIS or CIA - that increasingly menaced his life, kill him? Or did he simply drink too much and crash his car? Mort is determined to get to the bottom of it, if it kills him.
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 Bounder
Rating83% 4.1697254.1697254.1697254.1697254.169725
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.
Once Were Warriors, 1h39
Directed by Lee Tamahori
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama
Themes Films about alcoholism, Films about families, Feminist films, Medical-themed films, Seafaring films, Films about drugs, Transport films, Films about domestic violence, Gangster films
Actors Rena Owen, Temuera Morrison, Cliff Curtis, Julian Arahanga, Mamaengaroa Kerr-Bell, George Henare
Roles Judge
Rating78% 3.9481053.9481053.9481053.9481053.948105
Beth left her small town and, despite her parents' disapproval, married Jake "the Muss" Heke. After 18 years they live in an unkempt state house in an unnamed New Zealand city and have five children. Their interpretations of life and being Māori are tested. Their eldest daughter, Grace, keeps a journal in which she chronicles events as well as stories she tells her younger siblings.
The Piano
The Piano (1993)
, 2h1
Directed by Jane Campion
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama, Romance
Themes Feminist films, Medical-themed films, Seafaring films, Films about music and musicians, Transport films, Films about classical music and musicians, Musical films, Piano, Films about disabilities, Political films, Personne sourde ou muette, Sign-language films, Films about language and translation
Actors Harvey Keitel, Holly Hunter, Anna Paquin, Sam Neill, Kerry Walker, Ian Mune
Roles Reverend
Rating75% 3.7988353.7988353.7988353.7988353.798835
A mute Scotswoman named Ada McGrath is sold by her father into marriage to a New Zealand frontiersman named Alisdair Stewart, bringing her young daughter Flora with her. The voice that the audience hears in the opening narration is "not her speaking voice, but her mind's voice". Ada has not spoken a word since she was six years old and no one, including herself, knows why. She expresses herself through her piano playing and through sign language, for which her daughter has served as the interpreter. Flora later dramatically tells two women in New Zealand that her mother has not spoken since the death of her husband who died as a result of being struck by lightning. Ada cares little for the mundane world, occupying herself for hours every day with the piano. Flora, it is later learned, is the product of a relationship with a teacher with whom Ada believed she could communicate through her mind, but who "became frightened and stopped listening," and thus left her.
Backstage
Backstage (1988)
, 1h34
Directed by Jonathan Hardy
Actors Laura Branigan, Rowena Wallace, Kym Gyngell, Mary Ward Breheny, James Condon, Ian Mune
Rating69% 3.4693053.4693053.4693053.4693053.469305
The plot centred on American pop singer Kate Lawrence (Branigan) wanting to embark on a career as an actress. The only job she can find is playing the lead role in an Australian theatre production of The Green Year Passes. The hiring of an American causes conflict with her Australian cast and crew, and the chagrin of theatre critic Robert Landau with whom she has an affair.
Nutcase
Nutcase (1980)
, 49minutes
Directed by Roger Donaldson
Actors Ian Mune
Roles U-boat Commodore
Rating56% 2.825532.825532.825532.825532.82553
This script must be run from the command line
Sleeping Dogs, 1h47
Directed by Roger Donaldson
Origin Nouvelle zelande
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films, Political films, Dystopian films
Actors Sam Neill, Tony Martin, Warren Oates, Ian Mune, Bill Johnson, Don Selwyn
Roles Bullen
Rating63% 3.1948353.1948353.1948353.1948353.194835
Following the break-up of his marriage caused by his wife's affair with another man named Bullen (Mune), "Smith" (Neill) arranges to live on the Coromandel peninsula on an island owned by a Maori tribe. Meanwhile, political tensions escalate as an oil embargo leaves the country in an energy crisis. Tensions boil over into a civil war and guerrilla activity. However, Smith enjoys his peaceful island life and has little interaction with the rest of society and his dog which was given to him by a friend.
Rangi's Catch, 1h12
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Temuera Morrison, Ian Mune, Don Selwyn

Four children on a remote sheep station in the South Island of New Zealand hear of the escape of two convicts, and realise that the crooks are responsible for burgling their house while they were swimming. They pursue the crooks, and despite being detained by the police help catch the crooks and their stolen money hidden in a cave, so are rewarded. They return to their idyllic rural existence