Director: Werner Herzog
Chauvet Cave in South France was discovered in 1994 and is the home to the oldest rock paintings and archeological marvels in world. This is the first time a filmmaker has had the chance to film inside the limestone cave and interview the archeologists, art historians and other scientists and academics who have been studying the cave. The movie is in 3 D and narrated by the director. On screen is always fascinating but does meander from time to time.