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Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy
It is twenty-two years since the events of Jurassic Park and Isla Nublar now contains a fully functioning dinosaur park. Despite drawing huge numbers, those in charge fear audiences are becoming bored with its attractions. At corporate request – and not stopping to think if they should - scientists set about creating a genetically modified dinosaur, bigger and more fearsome than any other: Indomitus Rex. Inevitably, things go horribly wrong, leaving it up to the park’s velociraptor trainer to find ways of containing her, before she causes too much destruction. This long-awaited sequel retains great affection for the original film, but takes the story in an intriguing new direction, delivering thrills, spectacle and extraordinary adventure.
This resource uses film to explore the representation of women in film for students aged 11-16.
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11+ years 68 mins
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11+ years 124 mins
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