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The Paleolithic paintings found at the Chauvet Cave in Southern France are believed to be the oldest artistic expressions of mankind ever found. Documentary filmmaker Werner Herzog and his camera crew follow the research scientists who are exploring this Cave of Forgotten Dreams.
Why Is Cave of Forgotten Dreams Rated G?
Cave of Forgotten Dreams is rated G
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Violence: A scientist explains and demonstrates the use of ancient weapons, like spears.
Sexual Content: The naked torso of female sculptures are shown and discussed. The distinctively male characteristics of a drawn animal are pointed out.
Language: None Noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None Noted.
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Werner Herzog also directed the Antarctica documentary Encounters at the End of the World. Prehistoric life is fictionally depicted in the movies Ice Age and 10,000 BC (although the rock paintings explored in Cave of Forgotten Dreams are believed to date back to 30,000 BC).
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Home Video Notes: Cave of Forgotten Dreams
Release Date: 29 November 2011
Cave of Forgotten Dreams releases to home video on November 29, 2011. The 2-Disc Blu-ray set includes a 3D version of the film.