Robinson Crusoe

The year is 1659. There is a shipwreck and the sole survivor, Robinson Crusoe, is washed ashore on a deserted tropical island. Suddenly faced with a hostile and unknown wilderness, he carves out a life for himself with his bare hands. And remarkably, he learns how to survive the maddening absence of human companionship and intense loneliness. Based on Daniel Defoe's immortal classic, it is a story about the human spirit's ability to endure what seems insurmountable challenges.

Year: 1954
Genre: Classic Drama, Classic Adventure, Classic Cinema
Country: Mexico
Director: Luis Bunuel
Starring: Dan O'Herlihy, Felipe de Alba, Jaime Fernandez
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Classic Adventure



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