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This gripping, quirky Dutch film centres on a ten-year-old boy called Milo who lives an isolated life that's rigidly controlled by his overbearing father. When he's denied parental permission to go on the school camping trip despite his kindly granddad having paid the fee, he runs away, falling into the company of an ageing criminal couple who grant him much more freedom. However, things are not quite as they seem, as the shocking truth about Milo's 'skin condition' is revealed, and lessons are learnt by all about the importance of being yourself and taking pride in your own identity, no matter what.
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7+ years 105 mins
Beautiful account of John Merrick, a man with a severe physical deformity rescued from a cruel circus sideshow in Victorian London.
11+ years 118 mins
Beautifully atmospheric, haunting Swedish horror about a bullied kid who makes friends with the vampire who's moved in next door.
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