Daniel Defoe's Robinson Crusoe | 2001
A British seaman, the sole survivor of a shipwreck, finds himself stranded on a remote island. Battling both nature and extreme isolation, Crusoe fights to save himself from slipping into madness. When Crusoe rescues Friday, a native islander, from a tribe of cannibals, the seaman's fate dramatically changes. Crusoe's desperate need for companionship forces him to confront a deeply rooted prejudice and enables the man to forge a bond of friendship deeper than any he has known.