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Wild one

  • Documentary Film
  • 87’
  • 2012
  • Slovenia

In 1977, Philippe Ribiere is born in Martinique with the Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome. Abandoned by his parents, he is left to the hospital, where he is bound to spend the first four years of his life and undergo a series of arm and leg operations. He is alone and different. At the age of 4, he is taken to France to be adopted by a French family. In 1994, Philippe discovers climbing, which is much mo

In 1977, Philippe Ribiere is born in Martinique with the Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome. Abandoned by his parents, he is left to the hospital, where he is bound to spend the first four years of his life and undergo a series of arm and leg operations. He is alone and different. At the age of 4, he is taken to France to be adopted by a French family. In 1994, Philippe discovers climbing, which is much more of a challenge to him than it is to others. However, he also discovers how to turn his handicap into an advantage trough climbing, and so he make his way into the society. The story of Philippe Ribiere is a story of loneliness, searching for the answers, discovering of being different. !t is a story of courage, will, fearlessness, freedom, seeking for love and overcoming the impossible.

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Alternative title
Wild one (english)
Production countries
Slovenia
Technical data
Aspect ratio
1,77:1 // 16:9
Duration and length
87 minutes
Colour
Colour
Screening formats
video HDCAM
Budget
Budget estimate
197,029 EUR
Grants
80,000 EUR
public call / Slovenian Feature-Length Debut
2011

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