It is the 1960s. Two Maori families, the Mahanas and the Poatas, bring home the bacon shearing sheep on the east shore of New Zealand. The two tribes, who are sharp foes, confront each different as opponents at the yearly sheep shearing rivalries. Simeon is a 14-year-old scion of the Mahana group. A gutsy schoolboy, he opposes his dictator granddad Tamihana and his conventional methods for intuition and starts to disentangle the purposes behind the long-standing fight between the two families. A little while later, the chains of importance and built up structures of the group are in chaos in light of the fact that Tamihana, who is as determined as he is pleased, is not set up to assent and seek after new ways.
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