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|Directed by||Charlotte Evans|
|Produced by||Letisha Tate-Dunning|
Amanda Jane Robinson
Sarah Anne Dudley
|Edited by||Dion Schmidt|
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OK Chlöe is a short documentary film directed by Charlotte Evans and produced by Letisha Tate-Dunning. The film premiered online as part of the seventh season of "Loading Docs". The documentary is about the political career of Chlöe Swarbrick. The title name "OK Chlöe" is based on the saying "OK Boomer", which is a phrase that Swarbrick said during a parliamentary speech in reply to a heckle from a National Party MP. The reply became viral.
The film is about the full story of Swarbrick as she goes into details about both her personal life and professional life as a politician. She talks about her work in legalising cannabis leading into the 2020 New Zealand cannabis referendum. It talks about how she feels being in the New Zealand Parliament, saying "Parliament is a toxic culture that chews people up and spits them out. You become inhuman and disconnected from the people you purport to represent." The film also talks about her background, from her personal life with her being adopted, struggles with mental health and coming out as bisexual, to her running for Auckland Mayor.
- Chlöe Swarbrick as herself
- Glitter (Benee song)
- Call the Days by Nadia Reid
After the release of the documentary, John Campbell questioned Chloe on some of the statements said on the documentary.
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