'No Place on Earth' -- 2 1/2 stars

<B>PG-13; 1:24 running time</b><Br><br>In 1993, a New Yorker named Chris Nicola was caving in the gypsum caverns of western Ukraine when he "turned a corner and stumbled over some objects," as he says on camera. There, at his feet: buttons. Remains of stoves. A child's shoes. These artifacts provoked further digging, and nine years later Nicola had learned their secrets. -- Michael Phillips<br><br><a href=http://www.chicagotribune.com/entertainment/movies/sc-mov-0416-no-place-on-earth-20130418,0,398802.column>Read the full "No Place on Earth" movie review</a>

( April 16, 2013 )

PG-13; 1:24 running time

In 1993, a New Yorker named Chris Nicola was caving in the gypsum caverns of western Ukraine when he "turned a corner and stumbled over some objects," as he says on camera. There, at his feet: buttons. Remains of stoves. A child's shoes. These artifacts provoked further digging, and nine years later Nicola had learned their secrets. -- Michael Phillips

Read the full "No Place on Earth" movie review

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