★★★★ "Gorgeously-shot, beautifully articulated, extremely well-put together documentary" - NZ Herald.
SIX60 have defied expectations to become one of NZ's most iconic and beloved contemporary bands.
Now, during one of their most successful periods, we open the doors for fans and Kiwis alike to have a glimpse into the lives of each band member for the first time in the intimate feature - SIX60: Till The Lights Go Out. Find out how a group of young men from diverse backgrounds have come to be one of NZ's biggest music success stories.
★★★½ - Stuff
"Entertaining and enlightening"
"Parnell also cleverly, to poorly paraphrase one of the band’s hits, “doesn’t forget their roots”, taking each of them back (bar Aussie-born latecomer Mac) to their hometowns so they can relate how their interest in music began. This is actually where some of the most intriguing and revelatory moments play out."
★★★★ - Newstalk ZB
"Crazily epic." - Flicks.co.nz