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Desc:The inimitable Werner Herzog's documentary on Russian mysticism
Category:Religious, Classic Movies
Tags:russia, werner herzog, religion, siberia, mysticism
Submitted:asian hick
Date:01/30/13
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baleen - 2013-01-30
I think this was the first Herzog film I ever saw... I read in an interview here that he made most of the stuff in the film up. It's typical of his pseudo-documentary form, where he uses the format to tell a mystical story about real life. Love him.
Mr. Purple Cat Esq. - 2013-01-30
Yeah apparently nobody crawls on the lake anymore so he just paid a coupla' bums to do it and filmed them!

memedumpster - 2013-01-30
So that's where the History Channel gets it.

Adham Nu'man - 2013-01-30
Thanks! Need to watch this soon. When Happy People A Year in the Taiga was posted on poetv I waited a few days and it was gone...
gravelstudios - 2013-01-31
I loved Cave of Forgotten Dreams, but I kind of wished through the whole thing that Herzog would shut up. His narration was kind of pretentious.
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