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World Health Day
A film guide that looks at 10 Cloverfield Lane (2016), which sees a young woman wake up as a prisoner in an unfamiliar bunker, with her captor claiming a widespread chemical attack in the outside world.
This guide is useful for exploring topics including Psychology, Science, Citizenship, PSHE Education and Religious Education in addition to highlighting themes surrounding ethics, aliens, monsters, mental health, food and health, life and death, law and order, and visual arts.
Design and Technology
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