The Deadly Ponies Gang

Sunday, 11 December 2016 - 2:00pm

Rainey Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street

The Deadly Ponies Gang

Penn Museum Second Sunday Culture Films

Join us as the Penn Museum Second Sunday Culture Films explore the themes of translation, accents, culture and language! 
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The Deadly Ponies Gang
(2013, dir. Zoe McIntosh, 63 min.)

Speaker: Bethany Wiggins, Associate Professor of German, University of Pennsylvania

A cult hit of the 2013 New Zealand International Film Festival, The Deadly Ponies Gang follows the lives of two “bestest” mates who trawl the edges of New Zealand on their pimped-out rides. In this hilarious “documentary,” Clint sets out to get some teeth for his mate Wayne with the help of rapper The Rhymestone Cowboy and others, revealing how hip hop culture has been claimed around the world and translated into many hyper-local contexts.


Films are free with museum admission. 
Pre-registration is not required.



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Image stills from The Deadly Ponies Gang movie



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