Wild Girl

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Ned Giles, an aspiring news photographer, joins the 1932 Great Apache Expedition on the search for the young son of a wealthy Mexican land owner who was kidnapped by Apaches. Ned soon finds himself on an unexpected and perilous journey through rugged terrain when a captured Apache girl must be exchanged for the kidnapped boy.

Comments (22)

  • carol-ann mcknight

    12 months ago

    carol-ann mcknight

    apart from it stopping and starting, pausing and having to be restarted right through the film and too many advertisements that are all the same and very frequent a very good film to watch and relax before going to bed

  • anon

    1 year ago

    anon

    Reloaded this film 7 or 8 times but it wouldn't play past the first set of adverts so never even got to see the opening shot of the film. I can see a bunch of comments complaining about the amount of adverts and how they stop the film working, so I am sure others must have complained via the 'report a problem with this vidoe' link too, but channel 5 appears to have done nothing to rectify it.

  • lizzi

    over 1 year ago

    lizzi

    why change the storyline so much and miss out some of the story, it was better before

  • lizzi

    over 1 year ago

    lizzi

    i read the last apache girl on holiday, the film wasn't as good as the book. i can't believe people saw the apaches as animals to be killed so sad

  • bex

    over 1 year ago

    bex

    Loved it! but the adverts ruined and it kept stopping, and i had to start it again!

  • power1

    almost 2 years ago

    power1

    Excellent film, very moving.

  • secret

    almost 2 years ago

    secret

    Chnnl5 needs to shorten the adverts...who was the wild girl...i think the name don't add up. my sympathy goes to the Apache...these people have struggle and still are unfortunately,,,,every human needs some peace in life. i love the scenery and the nature side of the movie.

  • Chris

    2 years ago

    Chris

    Err, no adverts, no channe 5l. How do they pay the wages? Great film. Great title too; relates to the concept of 'feral children' perhaps, who are unable to fit in to society? I thought it was an imaginatively stimulating film, with a very agreeable moral perspective.

  • chataboutcakes

    2 years ago

    chataboutcakes

    I so enjoyed this film, no problems with the AD's Thanks Channel 5

  • BECKY

    over 2 years ago

    BECKY

    fed up with all the ADVERTS CAN U JUST DO THE FILM WITH NO ADVERTS TO INTRUPT IT

  • Anonymous

    over 2 years ago

    Anonymous

    its ok soo far but there are lots of addverts

  • m

    over 2 years ago

    m

    good movie but the constant ADVERTS RUINED IT!

  • cedric

    over 2 years ago

    cedric

    yeah, The Title Under sales the movie....I can see the relevance, but I still don't think it's suitable. I actually only watched it Because I dint see the name Until half way through when some one asked. had I seen that title I sure as hell wouldn't have watched it....

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  • welshchoc

    over 2 years ago

    welshchoc

    I personally think they should have given the film another title.

  • Buggsy

    over 2 years ago

    Buggsy

    The wild girl was not the Apache, it was the young anthropologist, who decided to go and live in the wild with the people!!! So, yes, the title was correct and incredibly clever!!!

  • one

    over 2 years ago

    one

    Am i the only one who thought the title had really little if anything to do with the actual film?

  • Ootfaeralaads

    over 2 years ago

    Ootfaeralaads

    Played fine for me Get TalkTalk !!! Decent Story Plausibly acted Nicely put together

  • Peacle

    over 2 years ago

    Peacle

    Film was rather weak and implausible - but I just about managed to stick with it despite tiresomely repetitive adverts.

  • jan

    almost 3 years ago

    jan

    I would have loved this film if it didn't keep stoping every 1 min

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  • baaspaul

    almost 3 years ago

    baaspaul

    A good story worth watching. My sympathies go out to the Apache people.

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