Based on real life events. 10 years old Austrian girl, Natascha Kampusch was kidnapped on March 03, 1998, on her way to school. She spent 8 and a half years under strict captivity by her kidnapper, and managed to survive one of the cruelest experiences a child should never have.Written by
Natascha Kampusch now owns the house that Wolfgang Priklopil kept her imprisoned stating that it was a big part of her formative years and that she didn't want it destroyed or vandalised. The cellar, thought to be part of a bomb shelter built by Wolfgang's grandfather, was filled in though. See more »
When Wolfgang makes Natascha go down a small tunnel to change a water filter, there is a small black bucket next to him with a string attached to it, once Natascha reaches the bottom of the tunnel there is no bucket nor string, but then when she climbs back out the bucket is there hanging from the string being pulled back up along with her. See more »
3096 Days is a touching and impressive movie. I think it perfectly portrayed Natascha's situation and the ambiance could not have been displayed any better. The movie's kind of depressing and dark, but that's the way it should be. Some parts do look a bit cheap and I think that a bigger budget would have really improved the movie's overall look.
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