1. Meet Nim Chimpsky. In the early 1970s, he was plucked from his mother’s arms and transported into human homes in the hopes that he would learn sign language and open a window into ape thoughts. What actually happened is the subject of a new documentary, which David Edelstein calls “brilliant.” View in High-Res

    Meet Nim Chimpsky. In the early 1970s, he was plucked from his mother’s arms and transported into human homes in the hopes that he would learn sign language and open a window into ape thoughts. What actually happened is the subject of a new documentary, which David Edelstein calls “brilliant.”

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