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How it all began: A story about the breathtaking birth of the infamous cannibal Hannibal Lecter.Lithuania during World War II: At the age of ten, little Hannibal Lecter witnessed his parents killed in a bombing attack. Hannibal can save himself with his little sister Mischa, but the two are tracked down by a group of mercenaries fleeing the Russians and looking for a hiding place. Cold and hunger get bigger, and Hannibal has to watch helplessly as the brutal men finally kill little Mischa and ate her corpse. Hannibal manages to escape to France, where he finds refuge with his aunt. He grows up to be a highly intelligent young man with excellent manners. However, driven by the nightmares of the past, he knows only one goal: to track down his sister's murderers and take revenge on them in an equally cruel way... Bonus materials:Audio commentary Peter Webber (director) and Martha De Laurentiis (production); Making Of Young Hannibal - Behind the Mask; Deleted scenes with audio commentary; B-Roll; Interviews Cast & Crew; Designing Horror & Elegance; International teasers & trailers;
- Aspect Ratio : 16:9 - 2.35:1
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Rated : Suitable for 18 years and over
- Language : German, English
- Product Dimensions : 17.2 x 13.6 x 1.2 cm; 60 Grams
- Media Format : DVD-Video
- Release date : 10 Dec. 2007
- Actors : Hannibal Rising
- Subtitles: : German, English
- Language : German (DTS-HD 5.1), English (DTS-HD 5.1)
- Studio : Leonine (Sony Music)
- ASIN : B000WEUWT8
- Country of origin : Germany
- Number of discs : 1
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Jonathan Demme should be annoyed, but then Peter Webber did a good job.. confused
I thoroughly enjoyed this film, which was suitably dark as befits the period in general, and the subject and story in particular. You can certainly see why he chose the path he did, and you get to see glimpses of what's to come. A morally nice lad moulded by his circumstances.
This makes a good link to the more famous films, though I cringe a little to think they might be tempted to make a link between this and "Silence of the Lambs" - it'd have to be done very well to get the balance right. For that I rather hope they don't bother.
This film is well worth the small entrance fee, as it fills in a number of gaps - whilst leaving the inevitable questions unanswered.