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When 13-year-old Nick Barclay disappeared from his home in Texas, police did not think it was likely that he would be found alive. Three years later, his family and the authorities were astonished when he turned up in Spain, having apparently endured some terrible ordeals. Although his French accent and other unexplained mysteries cast doubt over whether this person actually was Nick, the family seemed happy to go along with it 'arousing suspicion about their own motives. This fascinating documentary investigates the real-life case and - using dramatic reconstructions - tries to understand the facts behind an intriguing and chilling story.
Angelina Jolie gives a career-defining performance as a mother who must battle corruption in 1920s LA, when her kidnapped son is apparently returned.
14+ years 141 mins
Much-discussed US documentary which follows the social networking exploits of Nev, a 24-year-old New York-based photographer.
11+ years 85 mins
Unsettling drama about cunning, obsessed Tom Ripley seeking to steal the identity of a wealthy, jazz-loving playboy he meets at an Italian resort.
14+ years 133 mins
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