Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D Blu Ray  for £6.95 @ Zavvi (DVD also £5.95)
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Cave of Forgotten Dreams 3D Blu Ray for £6.95 @ Zavvi (DVD also £5.95)

SuperEd 7
SuperEd
Found 28th Nov 2011
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Join the master adventurer and iconic director Werner Herzog (Grizzly Man, Rescue Dawn) in this extraordinary 3D blu-ray, as he ventures on a new epic journey.Overcoming considerable challenges, Herzog captures the stunning majesty of the Chauvet Cave in southern France, where the world’s oldest cave paintings have been discovered. Herzog reveals a breathtaking subterranean world including the 32,000-year-old artworks. With his humorous and engaging narration Herzog refelcts on our primal desire to communicate and represent the world around us, evolution and our place within it, and ultimately what it means to be human.

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Original Poster SuperEd

Werner Herzog makes documentaries so engaging.
I feel a bit sick after paying £14 for this last week in Best Buy thinking it was a bargain.

The 3D is gimmicky - but to see the paintings in hi def is astounding.

Banned

Does it include the 2D version? IS it on two discs like the American version?

boring, pretentious...

a horse with 8 legs - the precursor to cinema!? Perhaps not...

Amazing film especially seen in the cinema loved the albino crocs

Magnificent documentary. How anyone can say the origins of man's creativity is pretentious is beyond me.

fizzybenilyn

Magnificent documentary. How anyone can say the origins of man's … Magnificent documentary. How anyone can say the origins of man's creativity is pretentious is beyond me.



I suggested the documentary itself is boring and pretentious. The subject matter is hugely interesting and important. Maybe if the narrated element of it wasn't so wnkay it would be better...

Actually, thinking about it, that's pretty much the norm for his films.

Edited by: "paolo" 28th Nov 2011
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