We were in the worst ever hurricane experienced by Fiji. We were locked in an establishment. Then we had to come out and work. No roads, no food, no electricity, no water, no washing facilities… nothing. And we had two major rock stars to look after, Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt. Our local crew had lost their homes, our British crew were made to move hotel, and we had to dash down a mountain in case a river burst its banks above us … but the critics will say whatever. This is the third in a series of films on this event, the first is here, the second is here, they tell an interesting story.

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Director Stuart St Paul has given his very gripping talk on the making of this film in the Pacific on the P&O ship Arcadia, and on the ships Azura, Aurora and Britannia. Next year he takes it onto the Oceana and Ventura.

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