'The Rise of the Planet of the Apes' won't be out until Aug. 5, but we have something that should cure your monkey-related withdrawal in the meantime: the first six minutes of the chimp documentary 'Project Nim.'

In 'Nim,' James Marsh, who directed the 2008's acclaimed 'Man on Wire,' follows a chimp that ends up being raised as a human child with a family in New York City in the 1970s. In the preview, we get to see background on how the project got started.
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Project Nim
PG-132011
Based on 33 critics

In the 1970s, professor Herb Terrace and his team raise a baby chimp as a human child, as part of an... Read More