Raoul Peck’s film is up for a best-documentary Oscar, among other honours.
Some of the happenings are unlikely in any culture, but as seen from a child’s eye, this Zucchini stands tall.
The Selma star plays real-life African prince Seretse Khama.
It's still a horror film, complete with flesh-eating "hungries" overruning a grungy military prison/school in rural England.
We are now in the realm of self-parody and deadpan comedy.