It may not have Raquel Welch in a bikini, but it does have herds of mammoths, a sabre tooth tiger and an explanation as to how the pyramids were built. So why is 10,000BC such a lumbering beast of a film instead of the prehistoric thrill ride that it should have been?
The latest film from Fatih Akin, the director of 'Head-on', extends his examination of Turkish/German relations ambitiously into the areas of globalisation and generational differences. Noel Megahey reviews.
Same director, same script, same camera angles. Can the English language and new actors bring anything new to Michael Haneke's remake of his own 1997 classic?