When you see “Feral,” you’re likely to see a movie.
That’s because this one is a true-to-life documentary.
Feral tells the story of a man who had to bury his entire family and then fight for survival.
The film follows a man whose wife and kids are gone after a car accident.
The man, who is also a father, has no idea who to trust.
He takes a job as a garbage collector to make ends meet.
When a friend’s wife dies, the man has to take on the job of caring for her.
“I was always a good person, always going to do the right thing,” the man says in the film.
But when he goes to find his family, he realizes that everything he thought he was doing is wrong.
The real life of this man, played by James Franco, comes to life in a way that can only be described as surreal.
Fruit of the Loom was released in October.
It’s currently No. 2 on Netflix’s list of top-grossing documentaries, behind only the release of “Black Mirror” in the United Kingdom.
“I just thought that we would put together this really cool and funny documentary that really focuses on a very real experience, one that people face all the time, that is really happening,” Franco told ABC News.
The documentary, which premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York, follows Franco and his family as they move through their home.
“Fruit is a really important piece of film, it’s very powerful and it’s also very hard to watch,” Franco said.
“When you see it, it becomes a lot more real.
It becomes like, ‘Oh my god, I’m going to have to take care of this person for a long time.'”
The man’s story is one of many that comes to light in the “Fairytale of the West,” which premiered last year at the Sundance Film Festival.
“We are at a moment in time when the world is so disconnected from one another,” the documentary’s director, Matthew Bousquet, told ABCNews.com.
“There’s a lot of suffering that goes on in the world, and so there’s a whole lot of people, people who really don’t have any resources that they can rely on, and they’re facing a lot, a lot.”
It’s a story that’s played out in many other ways, including in the latest film, “A Wrinkle in Time.”
In that film, an African American teen is caught in the middle of a race war that’s tearing the country apart.
It follows a group of black kids who are trapped in a racist school, a “white” school, which is also full of students who are not black.
The movie has been nominated for an Oscar, but Bousquet said he and his team didn’t know if it would win.
“The Oscars, they’re not my thing, they don’t really touch me,” he said.
“They’re a great idea, but they’re so much marketing, and I don’t think they’ve got a sense of humanity, I don.
They want you to feel good about yourself and then they want you not to.”
In the “A.W.T.O.” film, the protagonist, the late Michael, struggles with the reality that he doesn’t fit in with his community.
“If we were to go back to the past, I think there would be more acceptance, and there would still be racism in America,” Bousque said.
But in “Frozen,” “a white person is the only person who can be happy in the movie, so the movie is really about the human race, and it really tries to show the human struggle.”
The “Fantastic Four” movie, about the Marvel Comics heroes, is also based on a true story, “The Dreamer.”
Bousques brother, Andrew, who played the hero in “The Incredible Hulk,” said that he was “blown away” by the film when he saw it.
“It’s so cool.
It is so real,” Andrew Bousquin said.
The movie stars the “Spider-Man” star, Tom Holland.
The “Avengers” sequel, “Guardians of the Galaxy,” was nominated for the Golden Globe for Best Original Screenplay.
The Oscar-winning film “Mama” is based on the real life story of two sisters who escaped the slavery of the Caribbean, but ended up living in an abusive home.
The film also stars Academy Award-winning actress Helen Mirren, who plays a mother who loses custody of her children.
Mirren also has a daughter, “Holly,” in the sequel, but it won’t be her daughter.
“Hollywood knows what it wants to do, and that’s to make people feel good,” Mirren said.
Mirran is known for her role in