Mysteries of the Terracotta Warriors

2024

Documentary / History

12
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 67%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 67%
IMDb Rating 6.7/10 10 1059 1.1K

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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by janetch 8 / 10

I wanted to see this place since the Nat Geo article 50 years ago

50 years ago National Geographic did an article about the terracotta warriors. I was a teenager and swore some day I'd go there. I did, in 2015. This documentary brought back all the excitement and wonder of actually standing and looking down on those thousands of warriors. The place is truly magical and this documentary does an excellent job of illustrating that.

I cannot imagine the dedication it must take to spend most of your archeological career painstakingly reassembling these statues. The fact that they survived at all is astonishing, considering how delicate terracotta ultimately is.

Seeing pictures, and even this video, is just a tiny example of how incredible the place really is.

Reviewed by panta-4 7 / 10

Very informative!

As an archaeologist and an educator who visited the terracotta warriors site, as well as the other places in this documentary, over 10 times in the last 13 years, I was really excited to watch this historical mystery puzzle slowly putting pieces together. James Tovell, the documentary director behind Secrets of the Saqqara Tomb, delves into the enigmatic world of the Terracotta Warriors in his latest project. Tovell, known for his work on shows like I Am Killer and Cradle to Grave, brings his expertise to unravel the mysteries surrounding these ancient artifacts.

Excellent job presenting the topic and highly informative documentary!

Reviewed by goras18 10 / 10

Astounding documentary

This is quite nice piece of documentary that goes over the Qin history. Showcasing how the Qin's last burial place was discovered, how it was constructed, what was there and going through facts about the making of the terracotta army, you really get a closer insight of this important Chinese archaeological place. Overall enjoyable documentary, it was interesting seeing a tomb of a prince being uncovered for the first time and how the last remains and afterlife gifts are transported. It would be great to have a sequel and really find out about that unearthed treasure. Fortunately this tomb was not robbed nor burned as the main one, but all in all I have to say that it was quite the delight to see this amazing historic documentary.

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