10,000 BC Movie Review/Plot In Hindi & Urdu
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10,000 BC Movie Review/Plot In Hindi & Urdu
Credits
Distributed by
Warner Bros.

Production companies
Legendary Pictures
Centropolis Entertainment

Directed by
Roland Emmerich

Written by
Roland Emmerich
Harald Kloser

Produced by
Michael Wimer
Roland Emmerich
Mark Gordon

Cinematography
Ueli Steiger

Edited by
Alexander Berner

Music by
Harald Kloser
Thomas Wander

Synopsis
Circa 10,000 BC, a hunter-gatherer tribe called the Yagahl live in the Ural Mountains and survive by hunting woolly mammoths. The tribe is led by a hunter who has killed a mammoth single-handedly and earned the White Spear, and venerate Old Mother, an elderly woman with shamanistic powers. The mammoths begin to dwindle, and the village chief finds a young girl named Evolet who survived a massacre of her village, perpetrated by what Old Mother calls “four-legged demons” who will come when “the Yagahl go on their last hunt”. She prophesies that whoever kills the leader of the “demons” will win both Evolet and the White Spear, becoming the next village chief. The tribe believe that the “demons” are mammoths, whose return will save them from starvation. The chief, however, does not believe the prophecy and leaves to find another way to save his people. He entrusts the White Spear, his son D’Leh, and the true purpose of his quest to his friend Tic’Tic. The rest of the tribe, including D’Leh’s rival Ka’Ren, believe that D’Leh’s father was a coward and fled. Over time, D’Leh and Evolet fall in love. When the mammoths finally return, D’Leh hunts them with the men of the tribe under Tic’Tic’s leadership and manages to kill one by accident, inadvertently winning both the White Spear and marriage to Evolet. The village believes Old Mother’s prophecy is coming true, but D’Leh is consumed by guilt for not earning the White Spear fairly. After speaking with Tic’Tic, he gives up the White Spear, forfeiting his marriage to Evolet. The next day, horse-raiders attack the camp, enslaving Evolet and several others and killing many of the tribe. D’Leh, Tic’Tic, Ka’Ren, and young boy Baku set out to rescue their fellow Yagahl, but Evolet is recaptured with Ka’Ren and Baku during an attack on the slavers by terror birds, and Tic’Tic is wounded. While hunting, D’Leh falls into a pit, where he rescues a Smilodon (saber-toothed tiger) before escaping himself. After Tic’Tic recovers, they make their way to a village of sedentary farmers and learn of a prophecy from the Naku, another tribe; whoever talks to a Smilodon they call the “Spear-Tooth” will help free their people. D’Leh realizes the prophecy is about him when the Smilodon he rescued arrives and refuses to kill him. They also learn that D’Leh’s father was a guest of the Naku until the slavers captured him. Tic’Tic finally reveals to D’Leh that his father did not abandon the tribe. Rather he set out to save it, but let the others believe he had fled to prevent them from following him. The Almighty offers Evolet and the other hunters to D’Leh in exchange for abandoning his rebellion. D’Leh feigns acceptance but kills the Almighty with a spear, breaking his illusion of godhood. During the ensuing battle, Evolet is killed by the warlord who is then killed by D’Leh, but is restored to life when Old Mother sacrifices herself. With the Almighty dead and his civilization destroyed, the Yagahl bid farewell to the other tribes and return home with seeds given to them by the Naku to start a new life.

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