Film director Niki Caro wraps up a quick sale in the Hollywood Hills

By Jack Flemming

Call it a short shoot for Niki Caro.

The New Zealand-born director, who has helmed such films as “Whale Rider” and “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” has sold her home in Hollywood Hills West after about a month on the market. The two-bedroom cottage, built in 1938, went for $1.405 million, or more than $200,000 more than the asking price.

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