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Jacqueline O 2 years ago
Interesting topic, not so interesting film
William Fenton over 4 years ago
Werner is a clever man.
Simon Fenton over 6 years ago
A must for as hidef as you can get it.
Kate Du-Rose over 7 years ago
A fascinating place, but the film is a little dull
Neil Cooke almost 8 years ago
Went on a bit long, but beautiful images & science content.
Jennifer Rolfe 8 years ago
What a magical experience.
Spencer Kiser over 1 year ago
Matt Campbell over 2 years ago
Juli Anna J. H. over 2 years ago
Jane Ellen over 2 years ago
Adam Goldstein almost 3 years ago
Steve almost 3 years ago
Carol Tilley 3 years ago
Arnold Mwanjila over 3 years ago
Wes almost 4 years ago
Mr. Poppy Butthole almost 4 years ago
Mackenzie Kosut almost 4 years ago
Gorilla Romero almost 4 years ago
Cave of Forgotten Dreams is a 2010 3-D documentary film by Werner Herzog, about the Chauvet Cave in southern France. The film premiered at the 2010 Toronto International Film Festival and consists of footage filmed inside the cave as well as interviews with various scientists and historians. The film also includes footage of the nearby Pont d'Arc natural bridge. Herzog's interest in the Chauvet cave was prompted by Judith Thurman's New Yorker article "First Impressions". Thurman is listed as one of the co-producers of the film. The cave is carefully preserved and the general public is not allowed to enter. Herzog received special permission from the French Minister of Culture to film inside the cave. Having received permission, Herzog nonetheless had to film under heavy restrictions. All people authorized to enter must wear special suits and shoes that have had no contact with the exterior. Also, because of near-toxic levels of radon and carbon dioxide, nobody can stay in the cave for...
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