Dinosaur from the Deep
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Dinosaur from the Deep is a 1994 French science-fiction Z movie directed by Norbert Moutier and stars Jean Rollin, Tina Aumont and Sylvaine Charlet. The film, produced to capitalize on the success of Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park, was filmed with a minuscule budget and has become notorious for its poor special effects.
In 2004, not knowing how to run an abominable criminal recidivist while the death penalty has been abolished, FBI experts and lawyers condemned the imagine embarking on a journey through time To a time when the sentence still applied. For financial reasons, this expedition is coupled with a scientific mission on the planet Terra and charge of tracing the first dinosaurs. They do exist, and while the crew was launched in pursuit of the prisoner at large.
The film was produced to capitalize on the success of Steven Spielberg's Jurassic Park. It was filmed with a low budget and the dinosaurs were made of clay and papier-mâché, and in some scenes moved in stop-motion.
- Jean Rollin - Prof. Nolan
- Sylvaine Charlet - Mme Nolan
- Guy Godefroy - murderer
- Norbert Moutier - Bert Goldman
- Quelou Parente -
- Tina Aumont - Nora
- Christophe Bier - lawyer
- Christian Letargat - photographer
- Cécile Letargat - nurse
The film was not released theatrically in France, but only in VHS in 1994.