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Time To Ponder Cinematic Pre-History: Exactly What Is A Solutrean?

9 May 2017 2:41 PM, PDT | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

So exactly what is a Solutrean? With the possible September 15 release date of Albert Hughes' The Solutrean approaching — late summer/early fall plans are still in flux across Hollywood — it's worth pausing to ponder the historical, or rather pre-historical, context of a film that promises to combine the chilly solitude of The Revenant with the mysterious antiquity of Werner Herzog's Cave of Forgotten Dreams and a proposed title as challenging as any since Comancheria… »

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Salt And Fire Review

6 April 2017 9:37 AM, PDT | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

There ain’t no party like a Werner Herzog party. His latest, Salt and Fire, feels like a mashup of his current preoccupations – combining philosophical volcanology (Into the Inferno and Encounters at the End of the World), ecological apocalypticism (Lessons of Darkness), historical/cultural analysis (Cave of Forgotten Dreams), and his penchant for having very intense men delivering very cryptic dialogue (basically everything he’s ever done).

The narrative centres on a team of scientists travelling to Chile to deliver a report on an ongoing ecological disaster. They’re Professor Laura Sommerfeld (Veronica Ferres), Doctor Cavani (Gael Garcia Bernal), and Doctor Meier (Volker Michalowski), who are on a Un mission and are expecting to be met by government officials once they land.

Unfortunately for them, they’re actually met by a team of black-clad paramilitary soldiers who kidnap them and whisk them away to an isolated villa. They’re led »

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Werner Herzog: The Art of Being a Death-Defying, Gonzo Filmmaking Genius

23 March 2017 8:01 AM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Dan Winters for Rolling Stone

Not far from the big round dome atop the Griffith Observatory, leaning on a railing that overlooks the Greater Los Angeles sinkhole, the German director Werner Herzog, 74, removes a tissue from his pocket and dabs at his eyes. His eyes are leaking. They've been leaking for the past hour or so. The tear fluid builds up in the corner of one of his blue eyes, then starts to cascade down his cheeks, halted only when he dab, dab, dabs.

He does not explain this. In fact, »

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