|Location:||Samoa; New Zealand|
|Producer:||Ruth Kaupua, Don Selwyn|
|Distributor:||New Zealand Film Commission|
|Description:||Sefo arrive in New Zealand from Samoa to live with his daughter and her family. The hibiscus flower is a symbolic memory of his homeland and his people. For Sefo's daughter, Sala, a new life in New Zealand has no place for nostalgia, however, Sala's son John has other plans for his grandfather. The writer is Makerita Urale. The Tala Pasifika series evolved from a workshop for Pacific writers for film.|
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