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Quest For Fire


Jean Jacques Annaud’s (Enemy at the Gates) classic sci-fi fantasy Quest For Fire finally makes its UK Blu-ray release along with a DVD re-issue from Second Sight Films.

80,000 year ago a primitive tribe desperately guards its most valued possession, fire. They know how to tend it, how to use it, but its creation remains a mystery. During an attack by a neighbouring tribe their flame is lost and so begins an epic, obstacle-filled quest to find another source of the element so precious in their struggle for survival.

Starring Ron Perlman (Hellboy), Michael Gruskoff (Young Frankenstein) and Rae Dawn Chong (Commando), Quest For Fire comes to Blu-ray and DVD with some fantastic special features on 5 August 2013.

This multi-award winning film had its own special primitive language created by distinguished writer Anthony Burgess and the body language and gestures were choreographed by renowned zoologist Desmond Morris.

Quest For Fire is an extraordinary view of the dawn of man and a true original.

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