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Running Time - 574 Minutes.

Six Early Masterpieces from the Director Wernoz Herzog and these six masterpieces illustrate why the German maestro is the most daring, visionary and dangerous filmmakers in cinemahistory.
Titles include:
Signs of Life (1968) - Herzog's debut film, made when he was 24, tells of an injured soldier recuperating on a remote Greek island until the heat, exotic locale and suspicious, eccentric natives push him towards insanity
Even Dwarfs Started Small (1970) - With a cast comprised entirely of dwarfs, Herzog's allows the inmates to take over the asylum
Kasper Hauser (1974) - The compelling story of a 19th century child genius and idiot savant
Stroszek (1977) - In Berlin, an alcoholic man, recently released from prison, joins his elderly friend and a prostitute in a determined dream to leave Germany and seek a better life in Wisconsin
Heart of Glass (1976) - A village glass factory loses the means of making its ruby glass after the master dies and takes the secret with him. A mesmerising and beautiful film, the entire cast performed under hypnosis
Where The Green Ants Dream (1982) - Aboriginal tribes fight a huge mining company in this powerful cultureclash drama that was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film Festival


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