The Fire-Raiser pits a quartet of smalltown World War I era school kids against a mysterious figure with fire on the brain. Inspired partly by a real-life Nelson arsonist, the five-part gothic adventure was created for television by author Maurice Gee.
He writes about the show's birth here. Created for television by author Maurice Gee, The Fire-Raiser pits a quartet of smalltown school kids against a balaclava-clad figure with fire on the brain. In this episode, the children sneak onto the property of the man they suspect of terrorising their town. Arts Foundation profile of writer Maurice Gee. Classic and curious collections curated by NZ On Screen and special guests. Biographies, ScreenTalk interviews and details of cast and crew from the NZ screen industry.
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