"Released in 1981, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and adapted by Gérard Brach. The film stars Everett McGill, Ron Perlman, Nameer El-Kadi and Rae Dawn Chong. It won the Academy Award for Makeup.
The invented language spoken by the prehistoric humans was created by Anthony Burgess. The gestural and body language was overseen by Desmond Morris, author of The Naked Ape. The story was difficult to tell without any dialog in a recognizable language, but the cave people's language (a combination of signs and speech) worked well; along with the natural visual tapestry, the language was one of the most successful attractions of the film."
Trivia: Actress Rae Dawn Chong is nude (apart from body paint) throughout her entire screentime in the film.
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"80,000 years ago. The primitive Ulam tribe's most precious possession, their fire, is accidentally put out during a clash with another tribe. Three men are chosen and sent on a quest to find a new source of fire. Their quest leads them to a series of discoveries that takes them up the ladder towards civilization and finally to the very secret of making fire itself."
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Size: 701 MB (or 718,305 KB or 735,544,656 bytes)
Bitrate: 874kbps average - 23.976 frames/sec - 96kbps CBR
Aspect Ratio: 40:17
Language: English (titles only - no modern languages spoken)