Werner Herzogs ‘Into the Abyss’ – Trailer


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Trailer zur neuen Dokumentation von Werner Herzog (seine aktuelle, der großartige “Die Höhle der vergessenen Träume” in 3D, läuft ab dem 3. November in unseren Kinos). Für “Into the Abyss” hat es Herzog nach Texas verschlagen, wo er zwei zum Tode verurteilte Gefangene sowie Polizisten und Familienmitglieder zu einem Mordfall interviewt. Die US-Kritiken überschlagen sich geradezu, aber so oder so gilt für Herzog Anschaupflicht.

In intimate conversations and through the life stories of those involved, including 28-year-old death row inmate Michael Perry (who was scheduled to die eight days after his interview with Herzog), Herzog’s investigation in the film unveils layers of humanity, making an enlightening trip out of ominous territory.

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  1. der alte Sack

    Scheiße ist das gut!!! Werner Herzog ist wie guter Wein, je älter umso besser, dieser Trailer hat alles was ein Dokutrailer haben muss, ruhige Musik, knappe Sätze, Schnitt, einfach genial!!

  2. genervt


  3. bronco

    deine mutter ist “überbewertet”

  4. MTA

    Harter Tobak, aber macht natürlich einen hervorragenden Eindruck.

  5. kinokumpel

    bin auch absolut angetan. ein film, auf den ich mich richtig freue.

  6. Mozzerino

    Er hat einfach einen Lauf zur Zeit, unser Werner.
    Sieht brillant aus, aber ich erwarte auch nix anderes.
    Anschaupflicht besteht ja ohnehin.

  7. Mark

    sieht langweilig aus. ich schau lieber michael bay

  8. samson

    der polizist sieht wie bruce willis aus.

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