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Roar (1981)

This proved to be a movie going experience unlike any other I can recall.

The reason is very simple. I’m infatuated with big animals. 761 more words

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In a Nutshell: The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974)

Director(s): Werner Herzog
Screenwriter(s): Werner Herzog
Cast: Bruno S., Walter Ladengast, Brigitte Mira
Length: 110 minutes
Country: West Germany

Years before Being There, Zelig… 193 more words


Gates of Heaven, 1978, Errol Morris

Early on in Gates of Heaven, one of the interview subjects gives a quote that summarizes much of the film: “The love that people have for their pets is tremendous, something that is very, very difficult to explain.” As a pet owner for most of my life, I identify with this statement. 1,496 more words


The Royal Hunt of the Sun (1969)

Originally written for the stage by Peter Shaffer, this story tells the tale of the Spanish led by Francisco Pizarro and the capture of the Incan empire leading to the subsequent imprisonment of their chief Atahuallpa. 685 more words

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The Tuesday Zone: 'Garlic Is As Good As Ten Mothers'

Garlic is perfect. It smells like that delicious dinner that’s so close to being ready. When you cook with it, you feel the soft burn in your nostrils—the garlic saying, “Hey, you’re doing a great job.” When you eat it, you get a high from the mix of flavor and sensation, the recognition that you’re an adult who enjoys life’s finer things. 865 more words

The Tuesday Zone

Retro Cinema Wrap-Up, May 18-24, 2015

MONDAY (May 18)


TUESDAY (May 19)

Landmark Midtown Art Cinema
FITZCARRALDO (1982), Werner Herzog – 6:45pm
Werner Herzog Retrospective” series… 138 more words

Retro-Cinema Wrap-Up

You don't have a chance...

…so use it. (Werner Herzog inspired)


Woodabe Dreamtime also inspired by Werner Herzog. I am forever fascinated by the relationship people have to their environments (social, cultural, physical,spiritual,metaphysical, and so on), both now and then. 29 more words