Includes audio commentary by director Jean-Jacques Annaud; an additional commentary track with actors Rae Dawn Chong, Ron Perlman, and executive producer Michael Gruskoff; a 23-minute featurette, and 15 promotional, production, and location galleries with Annaud commentary.
After their fire goes out and they lose their source of heat, Naoh (Mcgill), Amoukar (Perlman) and Gaw (Ell-Kadi) of the Ulam tribe go on a "Quest For Fire." They come across the Ivakas, a group that has discovered the mystery of fire and how to create it. The Ulam clan kidnaps Ika (Chong) from the Ivakas in hopes that she will reveal the secret of starting fire. Ika teaches the peaceful tribe what they want to know but learns something more important from them, as the tribe she was taken from was one that enjoyed the wonders of cannibalism and other carnivorous delights. (Tricia Littrell)
The anamorphically enhanced 2.35:1 DVD exhibits a picture that can be soft at times, though the different tribes
The remastered Dolby
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