Having spent his entire life in a dark cell, never seeing the light of day or another human being, the "Captive" is released into society and must learn how to live for the first time as an adult.

A man raised in complete isolation his entire life is released into society for the first time as an adult and must learn how to live. Along the way| he discovers
that he's part of a social experiment and sets off to find answers about his dark past. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Subterranea torrent reviews

Christopher S (de) wrote: Terence Davies' documentary portrait of his native Liverpool manages a strange hypnotic quality through its blending of archival footage, personal anecdote, and overly-poetic narration. It's not without its overwrought moments, but it manages to stay compelling throughout and has a number of inspired images.

Jacob D (ru) wrote: Love this beautiful animated movie.

Matt R (ag) wrote: the entire first half of this french film felt like a bland arthouse character piece paced so slowly that i almost stopped watching. then within one scene it transformed into an entirely clever and engrossing psychological thriller??which is what it was intended to be all along. it's rare that i get such highly opposed reactions within the same film!

Christos A (kr) wrote: Dancing with the elephants!!!

Paul D (de) wrote: When Stuart Gordon's got it, he's got it, when he don't, he really don't.

Freaky M (br) wrote: Apparently, the underwear chick is on all the promotional material for a reason.

Chad D (br) wrote: Annoying cinematography sidetracks an otherwise enthralling thriller. At times the attempt at satire pushes too hard and comes off heavy handed, but the intrigue of its satire-laden and thrilling plotline make 15 Minutes a decent thriller.

Aspen N (br) wrote: suspense is weak. no real climax & the ending was also throw away.

Darrin C (ca) wrote: Lesser known and overlooked Netfix film that has an intense story if not a little homo-erotic.