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Drama, Science Fiction and Fantasy
Djata is a 12 year-old boy growing up in a dictatorship without access to the outside world, known as Homeland. Following a family picnic his father is taken away by two government agents, although his mother attempts to persuade him that it is simply a work assignment. Meanwhile, Djata spends time with his authoritarian grandparents and fending off bullying at his school (which resembles a military academy), before trying to find out what really happened to his father. Adapted from a popular Hungarian young adult novel, the film powerfully evokes the feeling of living under oppressive political regimes, raising intriguing questions around surveillance and totalitarianism.
In an attempt to instruct his students about the dangers of fascism and autocracy, a German high-school teacher stages a bold experiment.
14+ years 105 mins
Adaptation of Orwell's chilling tale of futuristic Britain.
14+ years 108 mins
Futuristic teen thriller based on best-selling novels where a young woman struggles with her identity when she is perceived as a threat to society.
11+ years 133 mins
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