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70

Metascore

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100
One of the great portraits of artists fighting, even with murderous rage, to reach the sublime.
100
Boston Globe
Reflective, haunting, hilarious documentary.
89
Like a car crash in slo-mo, it's a riveting, beautiful mess.
88
Baltimore Sun
Absorbing, artfully executed.
80
Time
This documentary, a gallivanting time trip through a bolder film era, is Herzog's final collaboration with Kinski: an act of love and exorcism.
75
Chicago Sun-Times
About two men who both wanted to be dominant, who both had all the answers, who were inseparably bound together in love and hate, and who created extraordinary work--while all the time each resented the other's contribution.
70
Serves as an eloquent coda to their unforgettable creative partnership.
60
Village Voice
A first-person doc assembled largely from footage taken in the course of the five features they made, being madmen together.
60
Hugely entertaining.
60
Film.com
The evidence Herzog serves up is impossible to dismiss.

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