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Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Cave of Forgotten DreamsWerner Herzog (Grizzly Man) has documented the work of extraordinary people before, but none, perhaps, as astonishing as the prehistoric artists...Cave of Forgotten DreamsDocumentaryPT90MGWerner Herzog (Grizzly Man) has documented the work of extraordinary people before, but none, perhaps, as astonishing as the prehistoric artists...2011-04-29Dominique Baffier
Werner Herzog | EXPLORING CHAUVET CAVE Wulf Hein and Werner Herzog in Cave of Forgotten Dreams

EXPLORING CHAUVET CAVE Wulf Hein and Werner Herzog in Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Mark Valesella)

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Cave of Forgotten Dreams

Genre: Documentary; Starring: Werner Herzog, Dominique Baffier; Director: Werner Herzog; Author: Werner Herzog; Release Date Limited: 04/29/2011; Runtime (in minutes): 90; MPAA Rating: G

Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man) has documented the work of extraordinary people before, but none, perhaps, as astonishing as the prehistoric artists whose drawings in France’s Chauvet Cave are the oldest known to date. With awe, a Herzogian sense of kinship, and a minimal camera crew working with 3-D film (a Herzog first) under unique constraints, the filmmaker all but communes with the past. This truly intimate film invites viewers to commune as well and feel a profound living connection with fellow humans of 30,000 years ago. A?

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