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December 21, 2010 at 11:55am
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The Treatment with Werner Herzog

Herzog newest is his take on Bad Lieutenant. He talks about his own approach to film and life.

Herzog explains why this is not a remake of Abel Ferrara’s Bad Lieutenant, bringing his film in early and under budget; the long-time mutual admiration between him and Nic Cage, with whom he’d never worked until now, casting animals, overly academic film schools, the challenges of making Fitzcarraldo, being shot by an air rifle during a BBC interview, his love of opera and American football.

The most eloquent take on the art of bad film.

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    You cannot spell Herzog without hero.
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    Saw this the other night. I LOVED it, the other two people there HATED it. So worth a listen either way…
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