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Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2011) Movie Information

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Overall Rank:

4442

Avg. Rating:

2.73/4

# of Ratings:

24

Genres:

Documentary, Historical

Rating:

NR

Language:

German

Theater Date:

03/01/2011

DVD Release:

11/29/2011

Director:

Werner Herzog

Actors:

Werner Herzog
Dominique Baffier
Jean Clottes
Jean-Michel Geneste
Carole Fritz
Gilles Tosello

 

 

 

 

Plot Outline:

Werner Herzog captures the earliest known artistic creations of mankind in an unprecedented look into the Chauvet caves in Southern France. -- Chris Kavan

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Chris Kavan 05/08/2012 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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3.5/4 

Fascinating look at the earliest art known to man - what amazed me was the preservation - just like you expect to see a Paleolithic man creating a new picture around the next corner - that's how fresh they look. Herzog also does a good job of bridging the past with the present. Simply stunning.

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patjohnson76 12/19/2011 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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2.5/4 

An okay documentary, in which Wener Herzog descends into the Chauvet caves, which feature the oldest cave drawing known to man. We get to see a lot of Herzog's descent and LOTS of shots of the drawings themselves, which are pretty interesting. We also get a lot of how the drawings have maintained themselves over the thousands of years. My only complaint would be knowing more of the history - what's known of those who painted them, how they lived, etc. Instead there's too much time spent on the art and not enough time spent on the artists.

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