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Into the Inferno (2016)

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An exploration of active volcanoes around the world.

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Werner Herzog

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Werner Herzog
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Credited cast:
Werner Herzog ... Himself
Maurice Krafft Maurice Krafft ... Himself - Volcanologist (archive footage)
Clive Oppenheimer Clive Oppenheimer ... Himself
Katia Krafft Katia Krafft ... Herself - Volcanologist (archive footage)
Kampiro Kayrento Kampiro Kayrento ... Himself - Fossil Hunter
Sarmin Sarmin ... Himself - Carpenter
William McIntosh William McIntosh ... Himself - Volcanologist (archive footage)
James Hammond James Hammond ... Himself - Geophysicist
Mael Moses Mael Moses ... Himself - Chief
Sri Sumarti Sri Sumarti ... Himself - Volcanologist
Yun Yong Gun Yun Yong Gun ... Himself - Geologist
Kwon Sung An Kwon Sung An ... Himself - Historian
Tim D. White Tim D. White ... Himself - Paleoanthropologist
Yonatan Sahle Yonatan Sahle ... Himself - Archaeologist
Han Myong II Han Myong II ... Himself - Translator
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An exploration of active volcanoes around the world.

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What we worship can destroy us

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28 October 2016 (USA) See more »

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Dentro del volcán See more »

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Iceland See more »

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The twenty-eighth Netflix original documentary. See more »

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Werner Herzog: It is hard to take your eyes of the fire that burns deep under our feet.
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Different peoples' sense of wonder for the volcano
27 January 2019 | by shakercoolaSee all my reviews

The filmmaker Werner Herzog observes some of the most beautiful and terrifying wonders of the natural world - the volcano - with his signature blend of curiosity and insight. He travels round the world, to Indonesia, Ethiopia, Iceland and North Korea to explore the effect volcanos have on their population and culture and myths. The film is important for showing a fresh insight into North Korea, and a fascinating insight into the fossil hunting of early humankind in the shadow of the volcano. The primordial aspect of molten lava flow and lava explosions captured on film are extraordinary and at times unsettling such was the danger to the cameramen and the vertigo from enormous backdrops of crimson fury. The film meanders from one location to another and it is unconventional in its narrative and narration. Herzog is a perfect storyteller for what cannot be pinned down, though he never loses sight of one constant here: human awe of the primeval and the elemental.


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