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"The Mystery of Kaspar Hauser"
1974
Directed by Werner Herzog

In 1828, a young man appeared in the  town square of Nuremberg, his origins unknown, having apparently been kept in solitary confinement all his life; five years later he was murdered by an unidentified assailant. Kaspar's brief, enigmatic destiny becomes a powerful metaphor for life in Werner Herzog's vision of the extreme edges of existence. Former mental patient Bruno S. delivers a sympathetic and powerful performance. "Herzog achieves a visionary, overcast style" (Pauline Kael, The New Yorker). Also known as Every Man for Himself and God against All. With Walter Ladengast, Brigitte Mira, Hans Musaus and Willy Semmelrogge. German with English subtitles. Color.  110 minutes.


Guest Comments:

From:  "Dave Allen" 

"A beautiful, almost mystical film depicting the true story of man who grew up in total seclusion from the world and from other people. Herzog brilliantly casts an actual schizophrenic, himself having been in and out of institutions throughout his life."

 



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