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German (English subtitles)
What makes a human a human? Is it divine creator, genetics or do we learn our humanity from the culture around us? This nature/nurture debate is forcefully worked through in Werner Herzog's retelling of the true story of Kaspar Hauser, a young man who spent the first 20 years of his life chained up in a cellar, and then found himself thrust into 19th-century society. How would someone who's developed without outside influences behave - like a wild animal or a noble innocent? This fascinating drama explores an eternal riddle.
Drama about the real case of a boy found in the wild in 18th century France, unable to walk upright or speak.
11+ years 82 mins
Tim Burton's update on the Frankenstein story is also a brilliant and strikingly-designed satire on suburban values.
7+ years 105 mins
A plane crash leaves a man stranded on a desert island with only a volleyball for company.
11–16 years 138 mins
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