ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD (Werner Herzog, 2007)

Not among his documentary beauties (such visionary works as Fata Morgana, 1969, Herdsmen of the Sun, 1988, and Bells from the Deep, 1993), German-born, now U.S.-based writer-director Werner Herzog’s Encounters at the End of the World, despite its grand title, is lame and lightheaded. Herzog was invited by the National Science Foundation to accompany its […]