Even Dwarfs Started Small
The inhabitants of an institution in a remote country rebel against their keepers. Their acts of rebellion are by turns humorous, boring and alarming. An allegory on the problematic nature of fully liberating the human spirit, as both commendable and disturbing elements of our nature come forward. The film shows how justifiable revolt may be empowering, but may also turn to chaos and depravity. The allegory is developed in part by the fact that the film is cast entirely with dwarfs
- Stars:Helmut Döring, Paul Glauer, Gisela Hertwig, Hertel Minkner, Gertrud Piccini, Marianne Saar, Brigitte Saar, Gerd Gickel, Erna Gschwendtner, Gerhard Maerz, Alfredo Piccini, Erna Smollarz, Lajos Zsarnoczay, Pepi Hermine,
- Country:West Germany
- Director:Werner Herzog,
- Writer:Werner Herzog
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Even Dwarfs Started Small torrent reviews
(jp) wrote: A good movie that would have been great with a more charismatic 'young' Mouna Rudo and professional effects. The effects are so amateurish, it puts the whole Taiwan industry to shame.
(it) wrote: Kinda weird and funny at the same time. It was alright, but wasn't that absorbing or engaging. Might be better if you're on drugs...
(it) wrote: This is soooo bad. I don't think i'll ever watch this again, unless i get amnesia.
(mx) wrote: Starting on 05 June 2011.
(au) wrote: Mind blowing...Rahul Bose. You have to watch it to believe it.
(jp) wrote: This film is designed as a kid's movie, so many of the dog's exploits are highly fictionalized, but I liked the fact that the story centered around real WWI soldier Lee Duncan and his discovery of the real Rin Tin Tin.
(nl) wrote: This looks like a very good movie
(nl) wrote: Soooo funny... what a movie...Monsenior, il 'est l'or... il est l'or de se rveiller h h ;)
(au) wrote: Not exactly my cup of tea, but very interesting nonetheless. Terrific cinematography, and a very unique directorial approach from Russell. I was entertained in fits and starts, but I think the best sequence would have to be Alan Bates having at the fig. Hilarious stuff. And Kronsteen showed up! What a hoot. Surprising but great ending.
(es) wrote: Only stupid people watch that rubbish