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Leonard Zelig is a man with a very weird ability - he takes on the characteristics of whoever he's standing next to, like a human chameleon. Shooting to fame in the 1920s, Zelig attracts medical curiosity at first, and then becomes a celebrity - including launching his own dance craze. This funny, deadpan "mockumentary" charts Zelig's progress through life via brilliantly faked newsreel footage, where we learn that Zelig has shown up at most of the major historical events and parties this century.
Tom Hanks won his second Oscar for this performance as a kind-hearted man-child who lives an amazingly eventful life in post-war America.
11–16 years 136 mins
A tribute to the inspirational period of '30s jazz, legendary director Woody Allen's mockumentary focuses on a rogue-ish, womanising jazz guitarist.
11+ years 91 mins
Sci-fi comedy, as the eternally neurotic Miles Monroe wakes up in 2173, only to find his beloved New York is a bizarre totalitarian state.
11+ years 83 mins
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