This documentary film analysed the various factors that have made the New Zealand Rugby team the most successful team in sporting history.
It studied aspects such as the influence of the various races that have represented New Zealand i.e. Maori, Tongans, Fijians, Samoans and Pakiha. It examined the influence of the black jersey, the silver fern, the haka and how the All Blacks have embraced modern technology whilst maintaining the traditions of the past.
With comment from All Black greats such as Colin ‘Pinetree’ Meads, Sir Wilson Whineray, Wayne ‘Buck’ Shelford, Michael Jones and Jonah Lomu as well as the Prime Minister of New Zealand this one hour film was broadcast all over the world and recieved excellent reviews not least by the New Zealand Rugby Football Union themselves.