Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser

The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser is one of only two precious films Herzog made with…

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Aguirre, the Wrath of God
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Aguirre, the Wrath of God

Herzog’s aesthetic vision and physical dedication is evident from the first majestic frame of Aguirre,…

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Even Dwarfs Started Small
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Even Dwarfs Started Small

What really sticks in Even Dwarfs Started Small isn’t Herzog’s take on the comedic inanity…

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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Signs of Life
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Oeuvre: Herzog’s Feature Films: Signs of Life

Oeuvre: Tati: Parade
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Oeuvre: Tati: Parade

Jacques Tati provides yet another gentle reminder that anachronism always needs a place among modernity.

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Oeuvre: Tati: Trafic
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Oeuvre: Tati: Trafic

Oeuvre: Tati: Playtime
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Oeuvre: Tati: Playtime

Oeuvre: Tati: Mon Oncle
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Oeuvre: Tati: Mon Oncle

There’s no doubt that Tati was a formal master and that Mon Oncle was precisely…

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Oeuvre: Tati: M. Hulot’s Holiday
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Oeuvre: Tati: M. Hulot’s Holiday

With M. Hulot’s Holiday, Jacques Tati introduced the world to the character that would define…

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Oeuvre: Tati: Jour de Fête
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Oeuvre: Tati: Jour de Fête

Jour de Fête precedes the creation of Monsieur Hulot, the alter ego that carried Tati…

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