Castaway - Netflix
The sequel to Trapped. Led by the ever-resourceful Ryan Cavener, the kids eventually find a way to reach the research island only to discover their parents have been kidnapped by the increasingly unstable Dr. Hamilton. Six months pass with the kids staying on the island hoping either their parents would return, or someone would come to rescue them. Nobody comes. Desperate to find out the truth, they build a raft in an attempt to reach civilisation and get help to rescue their parents. However, the raft doesn't survive the stormy crossing and now they find themselves... Castaway.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Castaway - Castaway - Netflix
A castaway is a person who is cast adrift or ashore. While the situation usually happens after a shipwreck, some people voluntarily stay behind on a deserted island, either to evade captors or the world in general. A person may also be left ashore as punishment (marooned). The provisions and resources available to castaways may allow them to live on the island until other people arrive to take them off the island. However, such rescue missions may never happen if the person is not known to still be alive, if the fact that they are missing is unknown or if the island is not mapped. These scenarios have given rise to the plots of numerous stories in the form of novels and film.
Castaway - Marguerite de La Rocque - Netflix
A French noblewoman, Marguerite de la Rocque was marooned in 1542 on an island in the Gulf of St Lawrence, off the coast of Quebec. She was left by her near relative Jean-François de La Rocque de Roberval, a nobleman privateer, as punishment for her affair with a young man on board ship. The young man joined her, as did a servant woman, both of whom later died, as did the baby de la Rocque bore. Marguerite survived by hunting wild animals and was later rescued by fishermen. She returned to France and became well-known when her story was recorded by the Queen of Navarre in her work Heptaméron.
Castaway - References - Netflix