Writer & Director

Melvin Moti

In a deep cave, from a deep sleep, a caver awakens into an infinite dream

In the 1960s, at the height of the Space Race, a 23-year-old French geologist named Michel Siffre decided to live in an underground cave for two months. Siffre investigated how the human body deals with an extreme long isolation in a confined space, or how our sleep cycle responds to the absence daylight, conditions to be experienced in the future by astronauts on long space travels. Between 1962 and 1972 Siffre conducted several expeditions, some of which lasted up to 150
days underground.


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