Entering the Chauvet Cave immediately to see the oldest cave paintings is possible, thanks to the documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams. The appointment on SimulWatch is for Thursday 24 September at 9:30 pm.
The shared vision of Thursday 24 September organized by the editorial staff of Comingsoon.it its SimulWatch, our app available for free on Google Play e App Store, is a documentary that takes us back in time to the Paleolithic era. Cave of Forgotten Dreams is directed by the German director Werner Herzog whose viewing is an experience of inestimable value, not being there Grotta Chauvet open to the public. Discovered in 1994 in the mountainous area of southern France, the cave extends for 500 inside the mountain and inside there are the oldest rock paintings ever found, dating back to 36 thousand years ago. Those who go there can visit a 1: 1 scale replica of the cave, but luckily for us Herzog documented the original interior of this UNESCO heritage site.
The appointment for see Cave of Forgotten Dreams all together and comment on it with friends and family, each at home, through the SimulWatch chat is set for Thursday 24 September at 9.30 pm.
SimulWatch is the app created by Coming Soon which is both a movie search engine within all legal streaming platforms operating in Italy, and a platform through which to set shared appointments for watching a movie and comment on it through the internal chat with friends, relatives or even strangers from the comfort of your home sofa.
The next appointment with the shared vision SimulWatch will be with: #Alive.