After watching Iceman... Poor Charlie! Waking up after 40.000 years to this mess. What a bunch of disorganised scientists… I have liked the main idea of the film but I think it took a very simplistic, naive approach to the whole concept of how to handle a 40.000 year old Neanderthal. An opportunity like this would have surely enjoyed the resources to set him up in a better environment, where Charlie could have stood a better chance to settle himself into some kind of normality in order to study him better and learn form him. I found myself telling Shepherd what to do and how to do it… The end was gentle, humane, very unscientific and predictable in a way. Iceman has triggered my memory and I remember having watched the film Quest for Fire (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0082484/) which I enjoyed. Admittedly, this was a few years back and maybe I wouldn’t agree with myself if I watched it again.