“If we were deceived as to our origins, if they have hidden from us who we are, maybe we are living a life that doesn’t belong to us.”
-- Chris Nahon
About the movie
The biggest pyramids in the world have been discovered in Europe -- in Visoko, Bosnia. These pyramids are older than the pyramids of Egypt, and two of them are taller than the Great Pyramid.
The pyramids are still covered by soil and vegetation, which has accumulated over tens of thousands of years. From a distance they look like natural mountains.
The pyramids are still emitting electromagnetic energy (free energy!). And the tunnels that wind beneath the pyramid complex have been proven to be able to improve the human aura and heal people with high concentrations of health-giving negative ions. The tunnels also have and an extremely high Bovis rating.
This long-lost high-technology ancient civilization offers us a chance, through the monumental structures it has left to us, to rewrite our past, in accordance with the truth, and to change our future for the better.
Born and raised in Val D'Oise, France, Nahon was keen to develop his artistic side, and by 15 he left home for Paris to attend art school. He worked as a freelance photographer for a time, then directed a short film before the age of 20, followed by a second one two years later.
The experience inspired him to create his own production company called V.A.M.O.S., which specialized in creating commercials. His production company went on to do post-production work, leaving Nahon to continue directing commercials for other companies. Five years after creating his company, he had completed his first feature film screenplay.
Although it wasn't filmed, Nahon decided to focus his time on feature film work, which slowed the productivity of V.A.M.O.S. For the start of the new millennium, Nahon was contacted by director/writer Luc Besson to direct his screenplay, Kiss Of The Dragon. He is also known for Empire of the Wolves with French actor Jean reno (2005), and The Last Vampire (2009).