Man Loses Pig: The Movie

Nicolas Cage asks the eternal question, “Who has my pig?”

“We don’t get a lot of things to really care about,” says Robin Feld, the main character in the movie Pig.

My wife and I saw Michael Sarnoski’s Pig last night at the Roxy Cinema here in Wellington, New Zealand. Yes, we wore masks, and yes, we were in socially distanced seats — but we were out on the town seeing a movie in an actual theatre, not ploughing through the streaming services trying to find something acceptable…

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Author, Storyteller, Content Writer, Tourism Professional living in New Zealand. Award-Winning Novel: SONS OF THE GREAT SATAN. www.Patreon.com/CherokeeRefugee

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Author, Storyteller, Content Writer, Tourism Professional living in New Zealand. Award-Winning Novel: SONS OF THE GREAT SATAN. www.Patreon.com/CherokeeRefugee

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