Tag: rape scene
Director: Michael Chapman
Length: 98 min
Gross: $1,953,732 (USA)
IMDb: 4.80 (2128 votes)
Daryl Hannah (Ayla), Pamela Reed (Iza), James Remar (Creb), Thomas G. Waites (Broud), John Doolittle (Brun), Curtis Armstrong (Goov), Martin Doyle (Grod), Tony Montanaro (Zoug), Mike Muscat (Dorv), John Wardlow (Droog), Keith Wardlow (Crug), Karen Austin (Aba), Barbara Duncan (Uka), Gloria Lee (Oga), Janne Mortil (Ovra)
Natural changes have the clans moving. Iza, medicine woman of the “Clan of the Cave Bear” finds little Ayla from the “other”’s clan – tradition would have the clan kill Ayla immediately, but Iza insists on keeping her. When the little one finds a most needed new cave, she may stay – for now. As it turns out later, she’s a bright child, but has a hard time to keep her place in a clan with different customs. She has to hide her intelligence because she’s a woman.
- Brun: You want to be a leader, Broud, but a man who hits his people can never lead the Clan.
- [last lines]
Narrator: Ayla walked with the Cave Bear. She had spoken out for Creb because she loved him. The sign had finally come. She understood the vision. Durc was of the Clan, and one day he would be their leader. She must find her own people. She must walk alone. Everything she had lived through had prepared her for this journey – and she was not afraid. For the first time Ayla felt the strength of her own spirit.
- A planned back-to-back sequel never made it into production.
- “HEROINE” Written by Michael Brook Performed by ‘Sinéad O’Connor’ Courtesy of Virgin Records