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Imagination Connoisseur, Levi Old Elk, writes in for a second time and asks about the New Zealand film, NAMING NUMBER TWO – a film starring Ruby Dee in a story about a matriarch who gathers her family around her in order to name her successor.

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Hello once again,

This is my 2nd letter Ever, will it be a recurring thing? I hope so, as I have no plans to stop listening to your episodes and love the topics and opinions you and others have.

The last time I wrote you mention in response to my letter that you would love to visit Montana and hit us up and we would be glad to guide you through the wild and untamed forest moons of Endor.

The main reason I am writing to you today is since you are the Pharoah of Physical Media, I am wondering if you have a copy of a film from New Zealand called, Naming Number Two starring the late Ruby Dee and directed by Toa Fraser? I recently looked it online and they have changed the title to simply No. 2.

The first time I watched it was during The Sundance Film Festival in 2006 and I fell in love with the movie ever since, but sadly it was never released in the United States and ever since then I have searched for it online to no avail. (One would think it would be on YouTube by now right?)

Although in some places it is listed as out of print or no longer in stock, I was wondering if you would be able to help me in my quest to finally obtain this very rare DVD or dare I hope, Blu-ray?

Being Native American and the story involves the natives of the region/country of New Zealand I simply love the film and I’ve never given up hope that one day, I would be able to watch it again.

– 501

P.S. – DS9 rules.