Finding Altamira

Finding Altamira

The story of nine-year old Maria and her father Marcelino who, in 1879, found the first pre-historic cave paintings at the now world famous Altamira cave.

The film chronicles the groundbreaking discovery of stone age cave paintings in the Cave of Altamira in Cantabria, Spain, that threatens to shake religious understanding and tear the discoverer's family apart. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Finding Altamira torrent reviews

Zach M (kr) wrote: Another enjoyable entry in the DC animated film series.Batman and Superman deal with Darkseid and Apokolips while trying to save a Kryptonian that crash landed on earth before being abducted by Darkseid.The animation is really nice and the story was quite entertaining,

Mikael K (fr) wrote: Immigration and the hard values of the modern world are under scrutiny in this compelling drama. This flick is harsh and commendably direct with its presentation but manages to be interesting on the plot and character levels as well as deliver clever analysis about modern society.

Shane K (mx) wrote: Great movie! Watched it again, and will watch it again I'm sure

Kyle T (kr) wrote: Saw this movie and loved it...very hilarous side of life but if you are offended by dirty words i would stay away

Juha S (mx) wrote: Weird black comedy, like Friends from Iceland :)

Bharat T (it) wrote: dekho, dekha, phir dekho, ok keep watching

Tim R (br) wrote: Next to Blazing Saddles, the hardest I've ever laughed at the movies. I really thought my guts were going to spill out on the floor. That would of been gross.

Paul D (mx) wrote: Elvis underwater! There's quite a few scenes in the drink which help mask the fact that his acting is fairly ropey in this one. Includes a few songs but not too many.

David S (es) wrote: Looks as if it might fall into the trap of so many tales about every one of a certain group (in this case, soldiers)--that it's vague, maudlin, etc. Instead its simplicity and specificity make it emotionally effective (most especially in its near perfect reunion sequence) and both broadly human and distinctly Russian.

Nandan T (jp) wrote: An historic epic from director Ridley Scott. Russell Crowe, Joaquin Phoenix & Connie Nielsen were awesome. Recommended!

Paul D (br) wrote: After giving this a second viewing I may like it even more this time! Sure, there isn't any tortured artists in this film, but as far as action movies go, this one hits all the marks! Liam Neeson is perfect!

Joel H (kr) wrote: I was worried that The Darkness was going to be too evil. It wasn't. It's just too stupid. I suppose that this film might be scary to anyone who hasn't seen a horror movie before, but if you have seen one, it's completely predictable. It has every clich you've come to expect, including the insightful creepy kid, the believing mom, the skeptical dad and even an ancient Native American burial ground. Plus, the scares aren't that scary. This is a lazy horror flick.