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Quest For FireThis story takes place in prehistoric time when a primitive homo sapiens tribe huddles around a natural fire source for comfort and survival. But after that source is extinguished, tribesmen Naoh, Amoukar, and Gaw are sent out on a 'quest for fire.'
Actors of "Quest For Fire"
Characters of "Quest For Fire"
Directors of "Quest For Fire"Jean-Jacques AnnaudBirthdate: 1 October 1943, Draveil, Essonne, France
Creators of "Quest For Fire"Gérard BrachBirthdate: 23 July 1927, Montrouge, Hauts-de-Seine, FranceJ.H. Rosny Sr.Birthdate: 17 February 1856, Brussels, Belgium
Critic Reviews of "Quest For Fire"VarietyMarch 26, 2009
An engaging prehistoric yarn that happily never degenerates into a club and lion skin spinoff of Star Wars and resolutely refuses to bludgeon the viewer with facile or gratuitous effects.Time OutJune 24, 2006
Quest for Fire boldly states its claims to dance along the abyss of the ridiculous.Chicago Sun-TimesOctober 23, 2004
These characters and their quest began to grow on me, and by the time the movie was over I cared very much about how their lives would turn out.New York TimesAugust 30, 2004
''Quest for Fire'' is more than just a hugely enterprising science lesson, although it certainly is that. It's also a touching, funny and suspenseful drama about prehumans.Shadows on the WallApril 20, 2008
stylish but bizarreSpirituality and PracticeFebruary 04, 2004
Quest for Fire takes us back 80,000 years to probe early human aggression, territoriality, dominance and education.Apollo GuideOctober 29, 2003
Despite the film's occasional goofy turns, by the end, chances are, you'll be rooting for the Ulam to work out that nifty little stick-rubbing trick for themselves.Film4May 24, 2003
Not to everyone's taste, certainly, but those of an anthropological bent will appreciate Quest For Fire's admirably detailed portrayal of early man's struggles for survival.
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