|Directed by||Sherry Hormann|
|Screenplay by||Bernd Eichinger
|Distributed by||Midget Entertainment|
3096 (3096 Tage) is a 2013 German drama film directed by Sherry Hormann. The film is based on the true story of Natascha Kampusch, a 10-year-old girl and her eight-year ordeal being kidnapped by Wolfgang Přiklopil. Northern Irish actress Antonia Campbell-Hughes portrays Kampusch, while Thure Lindhardt plays Přiklopil.
- Thure Lindhardt as Wolfgang Přiklopil
- Antonia Campbell-Hughes as Natascha Kampusch
- Amelia Pidgeon as Young Natascha
- Trine Dyrholm as Brigitta Sirny
- Vlasto Peyitch as Journalist
In late 2012, there were concerns about Campbell-Hughes' drastic weigh-loss for the film, however she stated in an interview in the Evening Standard that she wanted "to suffer as much as she - Kampusch - did". She also noted that she has received a torn Achilles tendon, a broken toe, a fractured rib and various cuts and bruises, due to the film set being similar to the dungeon Kampusch was placed in.
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