Family-Faith Film Review: Cave of Forgotten Dreams
By Catholic Office of Film and Broadcasting
Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Rated -G): Spellbinding 3-D documentary on the 32,000-year-old paintings in the Chauvet cave of southern France. Director Werner Herzog includes frank discussions of paintings and sculptures of nude women, making this better appreciated by mature adolescents, just as with any other visit to an art museum. Herzog uses the 3-D technology to expertly capture the paintings in the depth they were meant to convey when they were created in the Paleolithic Era. A-II — adults and adolescents. (This film is rated G) 2011
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