Standing place

High on a hill in rural New Zealand a concrete replica of Stonehenge has been built, functioning like the original not only in its astronomical alignment but also in its role as a sacred site for pagan ritual. This observational documentary explores what it means to build such a country. Is it an attempt to simulate an historical presence in the land for white New Zealanders, or does it offer a place to work through the complex identities of postocolonial society?