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The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974)

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser (1974)

Directed by Werner Herzog

Produced by Werner Herzog

Written by Werner Herzog

Starring: Bruno S.

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Classics of Cinema - Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972)

Written and Directed by: Werner Herzog

The film begins with a prologue:

“After the conquest and plundering of the Inca Empire by Spain the Indians invented the legend of El Dorado a land of gold located in the swamps of the Amazon headwaters.

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Wrothless Ire

That man is a head taller than me. … That may change.
Don Lope de Aguirre

Werner Herzog

Sessão Especial - Cineasta do Delírio

* Texto sobre “Eis os delírios do mundo conectado” produzido originalmente para o catálogo da 6ª Mostra Ecofalante de Cinema Ambiental, realizada de 1º a 14 de junho de 2017, em 30 salas de exibição em São Paulo. 290 more words

6ª Mostra Ecofalante De Cinema Ambiental

Running to a Charger: Sunlight Thru a Magnifying Glass

After watching Werner Herzog’s Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World (2016), my friend Lora and I decided that there was a lot more to it than Herzog’s noteworthy voice narrating to us what we already knew about the Internet. 1,724 more words

Black Mirror


If you are constantly on the internet, you lose the world.

I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to hear Werner Herzog speak this evening and he was enchanting.

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Grizzly Man - The Invisible Line

Thoughts On: Grizzly Man

This Werner Herzog documentary containing a compilation of footage shot by Timothy Treadwell reveals snippets of the man’s life as a self-confessed ‘kind warrior’ who lived in close proximity to the bears of the Alaskan peninsula for 13 summers until his death in 2003. 2,624 more words

Thoughts On