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Director:
Writers:
Ruth Toma (screenplay)
Bernd Eichinger (unfinished screenplay)
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Release Date:
28 February 2013 (Germany) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
Die wahre Geschichte der Natascha Kampusch (The true story of Natascha Kampusch)
Plot:
A young Austrian girl is kidnapped and held in captivity for eight years. Based on the factual case of Natascha Kampusch. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 2 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
The human spirit cannot be kept captive See more (19 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Antonia Campbell-Hughes ... Natascha Kampusch

Thure Lindhardt ... Wolfgang Priklopil

Amelia Pidgeon ... Young Natascha

Trine Dyrholm ... Natascha's Mother

Dearbhla Molloy ... Wolfgang's Mother

Roeland Wiesnekker ... Natascha's Father

Ellen Schwiers ... Natascha's Grandmother
Erni Mangold ... Wolfgang's Grandmother
Sebastian Weber ... Ernst Holzapfel
Tina Grawe

Angelina Noa ... Russian Woman

Nicholas Reinke

Thomas Loibl
Henry Schindler

Michael A. Grimm ... Policeman
Heike Koslowski ... Policewoman
Ulla Geiger ... Older Woman
Arthur Streiling ... Accordion Player
Marion Freundorfer

Directed by
Sherry Hormann 
 
Writing credits
Ruth Toma (screenplay)

Bernd Eichinger (unfinished screenplay)

Natascha Kampusch (autobiography)

Peter Reichard (contributing writer)

Produced by
Cornelius Conrad .... co-producer: Bayerischer Rundfunk
Susann Funke .... assistant line producer
Claudia Luzius .... co-producer: ARD Degeto
Martin Moszkowicz .... producer
Friederich Oetker .... associate producer
Evelyne Reichard .... co-producer
Peter Reichard .... co-producer
Bettina Reitz .... co-producer: ARD Degeto
Thomas Schreiber .... co-producer: Norddeutscher Rundfunk
 
Original Music by
Martin Todsharow 
 
Cinematography by
Michael Ballhaus 
 
Casting by
Simone Bär 
 
Production Design by
Bernd Lepel 
 
Art Direction by
Christine Caspari 
 
Costume Design by
Gabriele Binder 
 
Makeup Department
Niciy Axt .... additional makeup artist
Kathrin Bornmüller .... additional makeup artist
Anette Keiser .... makeup artist
Georg Korpas .... special makeup effects artist
Sylvia Niehues .... additional makeup artist
 
Production Management
André Koebner .... unit manager
Mark Nolting .... production manager
Moritz Wos .... unit manager: pickup shots
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Christopher Doll .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Stefan Burischek .... set dresser
Kinga Eperjesi .... art department trainee
Joachim Keppler .... stand-by props
Hannes Mayr .... set constructor
Nebojsa Tabacki .... concept designer
Robert Wimmer .... set dresser
Thomas Wimmer .... set dresser
Tobias Zeislmeier .... property master: outdoor
 
Sound Department
Peter Brückelmayer .... boom operator
Stefan Busch .... supervising sound editor
Günther Friedhoff .... dialogue recordist (german version)
Lisa Geffcken-Reinhard .... dialogue editor
Lisa Geffcken-Reinhard .... sound editor
Manni Gläser .... sound post production manager
Thomas Peter Hopf .... dialog recording: german version
James Hyde .... adr recordist
Michael Kranz .... re-recording mixer
Nick Kray .... adr mixer
Christoph Merkele .... re-recording mixer
Wolfi Müller .... sound stage assistant
Roland Platz .... foley artist
Simon Price .... dialogue and adr supervisor
Benjamin A. Rosenkind .... re-recording mixer
Andreas Schneider .... foley artist
Benedikt Uebe .... sound effects editor
Uwe Zillner .... foley recordist
 
Special Effects by
Phillip J. Braunschober .... special effects technician
Dirk Lange .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Christina Greiner .... digital compositor
Thomas Hansen .... digital compositor
Nina Knott .... visual effects producer
David Laubsch .... digital compositor
Paul Poetsch .... senior compositing artist: ARRI
Stefan Tischner .... digital compositor
Dominik Trimborn .... visual effects supervisor: ARRI VFX
 
Stunts
Mac Steinmeier .... fight choreographer
Giacomo Strasser .... stunt performer
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Timo Andert .... digital imaging technician
Julian Arayapong .... assistant key grip: additional
Florian Dittel .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Markus Eckert .... camera: second unit
Sascha El Gendi .... second assistant camera
Janosch Feucht .... camera trainee
Harald Geltl .... balloon light operator
Armin Golisano .... camera operator
Armin Golisano .... steadicam operator
Stefan Hummel .... camera car: driver
Nicholas Jackson .... video operator
Oliver Metz .... assistant key grip
Jürgen Olczyk .... still photographer
Robert Patzelt .... camera operator
Robert Patzelt .... steadicam operator
Michael Rathgeber .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Christian Saalfeld .... gaffer
Christian Weber .... electrician
Jürgen Zarda .... key grip
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Claudia Maria Braun .... assistant costume designer
Christina Isabell Chavarria Castro .... wardrobe
Jan Dieckmann .... costume ageing
Verena Graf .... costume trainee
Lisi Proske-Amsüss .... additional wardrobe
Shanti Spohn .... additional wardrobe
 
Editorial Department
Christopher Chaber .... data management: ARRI
Simon Duschl .... digital intermediate engineer
Verena Herzog .... assistent editor
Alex Klippe .... digital intermediate producer
Tobias Marschall .... assistant editor
Traudl Nicholson .... lead colorist
 
Location Management
Max Locher .... location manager
 
Music Department
Pia Hoffmann .... music supervisor
Tom Russbueldt .... pro tools operator
 
Other crew
Susan Bliss .... Post production scripts
Florian Fritsch .... set runner
Robin Hegele .... set runner
Andrew Jack .... dialect coach
Josephine Kroetz .... assistant set manager
Yasmina Majid .... coordination
Alexander Mohl .... caretaker: extras
Alexandra Ortmair .... production trainee
Louise Pokutta .... set runner
Sandro Silva .... set manager
Carmen Stuellenberg .... continuity
Daja Zachow .... set runner
Tobias Zarschizky .... caretaker: extras
 

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"3096 Tage" - Germany (original title)
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Runtime:
111 min
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Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

Trivia:
Antonia Campbell-Hughes was 30 years old when the film was shot. Natascha Kampusch was 18 years old when she escaped from her kidnapper.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: At Natascha's 18 birthday, she has long hair. The next scene, she has a bad "bob" haircut. In the following scene, her hair is long again. It's not even 6 months yet, and her hair went to long, short, and long again.See more »
Quotes:
Natascha Kampusch:Why did you pick me?
Wolfgang Priklopil:I've seen your smile.
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56 out of 73 people found the following review useful.
The human spirit cannot be kept captive, 3 September 2013
Author: rohmer-5

I have watched this movie about 2 months ago and was surprised that no one has submitted a review for it yet. In my personal opinion, I think that we should not focus on the saucy news or inappropriate statements made by the cast of the movie as this will wrongly divert our attention from the movie. All movies, whether artistic or commercial, should be viewed as an independent work. I have not read the book but I am sure it was an extraordinary story and to bring it to screen would be a challenge. I am glad the director did it skilfully, not focusing on the abuse of the victim but on her thoughts and feelings. The perpetrator has tried various means to make her give up the hope on freedom, but the human spirit just cannot be kept captive. As humans, we all long for freedom, this is engraved into the deepest part of our soul and nothing can change that, that is why we write books, poems ,composed symphonies ,build monuments and even free a nation. Some shots of the movie let the audience perceive the world through the victim's eyes, and even her thoughts and dreams, you can clearly see although there is so little that she can see, all these glimpse of the world have gradually built up her inner strength. The drastic weight loss of the actress adds a level of realism for the movie and her nakedness make a lot of audience quiver in fear to imagine how much abuse she has taken.

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