Its two weddings and a funeral in Sione’s 2: Unfinished Business (2012)
Set five years after they entered our lives, the Duckrockers are back but this time they are in for big trouble in the world’s largest Polynesian city – Auckland.
It’s been a while and life has changed for Albert, Michael, Stanley and Sefa.
Albert is now married to Tania, and they’ve moved into the suburbs – Glenfield, to be exact.
Michael is away in Australia working in real estate, and trouble seems to follow him everywhere he goes.
Weird Stanley is a trainee Deacon of the Future Church and has given up alcohol, women and food. On top of that he’s starting to quote common English sayings as text from the Bible.
Party boy Sefa has changed his old ways but his business is falling apart. However, his wife Leilani seems to be living life to the fullest. Could it because of her personal trainer?
The Duckrockers are reunited again to pay tribute to their boy Sione who dies suddenly. However, crucial voice of reason, Polo, is missing from the funeral and their Samoan pastor sends them on an errand to find him.
Following the formula of success from the Sione’s Wedding, they guys are racing against time to find Polo. However, on their journey they soon uncover circumstances that suggest Polo’s may also be at stake.
Although the film starts off with sombre tone (you know the death and all), it slowly picks up and steadily gets us laughing within ten minutes. However, this time there is also an air of deeper mystery and suspense.
Without giving too much away, let’s just say the friends did not know Sione as well as they thought.
While the film Duckrocked – the soundtrack is awesome and features tracks from top Pacific artists including Savage, Monsta, P-Money, David Dallas, Home Brew and many more.