A new documentary has found that New Zealand’s colonial country club is home to some of the most unusual colonial life stories in the world.
The film, called Colonial Country, tells the stories of more than 100 people from across the country who have survived and thrived after leaving the colonies.
The project, which is being produced by New Zealand film producer Mark Gaughan, is set to premiere on BBC1 in the UK next month.
It follows a group of young people who fled colonial New Zealand to escape the horrors of the New Zealand Civil War.
The documentary tells the story of seven people who were forced to flee to Australia after a brutal conflict that left many of them orphaned.
The survivors are known as the Seven Sisters, and are now living in Australia.
Their stories have been recorded by The ABC, BBC World Service, ABC News, and the New York Times.
“We wanted to create something that was a window into their lives and what it was like for the survivors, and to get to know them as a whole,” said Gaughn.
“These are people who have had extraordinary experiences, and have survived on the run and are still doing so.”
The Seven Sisters are part of the documentary.
Mark Gaugan/The ABC The Seven Sisters live in Australia, but the Seven sisters are not part of a documentary that follows the lives of these people.
The documentary focuses on the experiences of these women, as well as the experiences and relationships of their children.
The women who were part of Colonial Country include:Della, a 14-year-old girl who fled to Australia when she was just 10 years old.
She was one of the seven survivors of the civil war that took place in New Zealand.
She said:I wanted to be able to tell the story and get to see the other survivors as well.
I wanted to know how they were.
I didn’t want to go away.
I wanted people to know that it was not the worst thing that happened in New Zeland.
It was just the worst.
Della was one the seven women who fled New Zealand during the war.
The Seven sisters live in a town called Mato Grosso, in the state of Victoria.
They moved to Australia at the age of 16 to escape persecution.
The Seven sisters say they didn’t know they were leaving until they were in school, and were told they had to go back to their home country.
Della is one of six surviving women from the Seven Sister family.
Her sister, Mary, is a nurse and mother of three.
She said: We wanted to tell our story so we could understand how we survived.
Mary said: I want to tell my children and grandchildren what we went through and why.
I want them to know we are strong, because we are not alone.
I don’t want them [other survivors] to feel like we are little bit weak.
After the war, the sisters were given shelter and support in Australia after they fled New Zealand.
Dalla and Mary say they are now looking forward to being reunited with their family.
They have been reunited with Mary’s two children, ages seven and four.