1480: Radio Pirates


Adventure / Drama / Music

IMDb Rating 6.9 10 106

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July 20, 2021 at 10:53 AM



Bruce Hopkins as McGrath
Rowan Bettjeman as 1st Officer
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973.33 MB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 4 / 18
1.76 GB
English 2.0
23.976 fps
1 hr 45 min
P/S 6 / 14

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bob-odile 9 / 10

A true New Zealand Gem

Loved this NZ made movie, didn't have any expectations, so was pleasantly surprised by this gem. It had a bit of everything for me, adventure, humor, romance, and a good story line.

Loved Matt Whelan! Good to see a mostly New Zealand cast.

I can see why this film is winning International Film Awards. Would be nice if it got the same recognition in New Zealand. The movie left me feeling good after wards and made me appreciate that we can now listen to any music station we wish to tune in to, thanks to the determination of a few very brave Radio Pirates. This movie definitely has a very New Zealand flavor which is very refreshing to see.

Reviewed by erinmcguire01-544-970197 8 / 10

Interesting film about a fight for freedom of the airwaves

I just saw 3 Mile Limit at the Cleveland International Film Festival. It was an interesting story from New Zealand in the 1960s about a pirate radio station set up in an old boat three miles from shore in international waters because the government would not give them a license to play new music like the Beatles, etc.

Richard Davis assembles a group as passionate as he is about getting new, modern music on the air. I loved the spirit and courage of the radio station organizer and the DJs he recruited. And I admired their tenacity in the fight to get the music they wanted to hear played on the airwaves despite many challenges.

The soundtrack of the movie was wonderful too.

Reviewed by oconnors2nz 10 / 10


Praise to the cast, crew and all involved with this little gem of a movie.

The story had me captivated from the first moment, really drawing the viewer in to the tightly crafted screenplay. A joy to behold.

Such a significant part of New Zealand broadcast history, but also radio broadcasting generally. A must watch!

Music is so important in all our lives and this movie hits the right note.

Thoroughly recommended.

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