Set in a small New Zealand coastal village in 1966, PALLET ON THE FLOOR concerns two married couples, a hushed-up murder, and the arrival of a British aristocrat who solves their problems in a rather unorthodox manner. O'Brien, the Maori wife of McCauley, was once attacked (while
pregnant) by truck driver Bach. Fists began to fly; when the dust cleared, Bach was dead. His brother, Napier, seeks revenge by trying unsuccessfully to disrupt McCauley and O'Brien also ends up dead. The police, who cannot be accused of being too intelligent, assume that the brothers' deaths are
accidental. Gruar and Douglas, however, know the real, untold story and blackmail McCauley and O'Brien. Spence arrives on the scene, takes Gruar and Douglas out for a ride in his car, and drives them and himself into a deep ravine. McCauley and O'Brien's dilemma is resolved, Spence is a martyr,
and the movie's over. The only question remaining is, why?
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