It's not entirely clear why Bruce agreed to it, or what the filmmaker has at stake in it, apart from appearing on screen alongside family members and former girlfriends.sets out to recreate the early stages of Bruce's memory loss, then to follow his attempts to make contact with people from his past and re-fashion his future.Running an OEM supply manufacturing business is unique in its own right, but that’s not the only thing making for a unique podcast today.His company is also 115 years old this year – the oldest featured to date -- and he is the fourth generation of the family to lead the business, with the fifth generation already in the business, too.Machinery Scope offers premier risk management tools for farm equipment.We provide timely, personalized, and flexible solutions to protect more farm equipment investments than anyone in the industry.His family was overseas: his mother had recently died.He still had no memory of relatives, friends or personal history. The documentary was made by Rupert Murray, one of Bruce's old friends.
And Murray's occasional narration has uncomfortable echoes of a mockumentary voiceover.
He went on to be the assistant coach of Canterbury between 19, and the coach of that side from 1987 to 1988.
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A first five-eighth, Bruce represented Mid Canterbury and Canterbury at a provincial level, and was a member of the New Zealand national side, the All Blacks, from 1974 to 1978.
He played 41 matches for the All Blacks including 14 internationals.