Film Dokumenter petualangan alam TEPUY adalah tentang kisah yang mendebarkan dari tengah hutan di venezuela dimana team slovakia menelusuri sebuah gua karst / karst cave terbesar yang pernah ada dimana mereka juga menemukan sebuah ruang yang besar di dalam gua tersebut dimana terdapat banyak pertanyaan daripada sebuah jawaban . Penasaran khan?? segera order sajah dech, jangan lupa mampir juga di website :
Sinopsis Film Dokumenter Aslinya dalam bhs inggris disini :
The film Tepuy is an attempt to shoot what discovery is really about. For me, it was a new dimension. A dimension of darkness, obscurity and mysticism. Basically, a completely new world than what I knew then. My intention was to give the chance to viewers to experience with me the discovery of an unknown cave and to feel, together with us, as if they themselves were involved in the mysteries that we came across. I also wanted viewers to feel as though they were taking part in the problems that a discoverer must solve at every step. It’s a film about the obsession that one is infected with when revealing the unknown as well as about the feeling of hopelessness, exhaustion, danger of diseases and apathy that we felt when we were juicet about to make a discovery, but didn’t feel like going further as we had had enough of it. I remember how, when we were on the edge of breakdown, Braňo persuaded us into another attempt : Suddenly, it was as if we had juicet come to life. We abseiled 80 metres into a deep canyon full of huge plants and using a machete we reached the opening of a new cave that we later called the Hell Hole. As late as when we were deep within its bowels, we realized that it is too big for human perceptions. We felt really strange as we came across mysterious forms of life that have been vegetating here undisturbed for billions of years, but the discovery drove us further into the depths. We began to feel sick from the moulds in the cave and we didn’t know whether we would get to safety, which was too far away from the places underground. I appreciate every shot that I managed to take down there in the cave. Nothing in here is staged, fabricated or fictively added. No made-up actors, only the bitter reality of a caver’s life, rough and at the same time incomprehensible. If a viewer in a cinema manages to feel in himself the real feelings of the characters wandering in the bowels of the Table Mountains, which according to scientists should not be there at all, he may experience something that has not yet been offered by any other documentary from under the ground.