Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Downfall. Dominion Post, 20 June 2005.

Scott, Thomas, 1947- :Downfall. Dominion Post, 20 June 2005.
The scene shows Prime Minister, Helen Clark, dressed in a military uniform, peering through a magnifying glass at a document giving the latest poll figures. Behind her stand a number of sinister-looking SS men. Refers to Labour's falling behind in public opinion polls and the joke relates to the film, 'Downfall' showing currently, which is about the downfall of Hitler. There are quotations from the Listener and the National Business review giving different reactions to this news. Other Titles - 'Labour's fall from favour chilling viewing' - Listener. 'A delight from start to finish' - National Business Review. Quantity: 1 digital image(s) ..
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