Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe

Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe

Having lost a bet with documentarian Errol Morris, Werner Herzog eats his shoe.

A passionate cook, acclaimed filmmaker Werner Herzog stuffs some culinary aromatics into his shoe and uses the laces to truss it like a chicken, before he sticks it into a pot with water and duck fat to stew it. It is so that he can bring the stewed shoe to one of the first screenings of Errol Morris' debut film Gates of Heaven (1978) to eat it. This act will fulfill his loss of a bet to Morris, who he met as a student filmmaker, that he would never be able to make a movie. The bet was not Herzog's attempt of a jab against Morris, but rather to support a struggling but gifted Morris in his quest to do whatever was required to finance a movie project. In the process of eating the shoe, Herzog wants to encourage other aspiring filmmakers, and to set an agenda of increasing what he calls adequate images as a true reflection of the world. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe torrent reviews

Iy A (ca) wrote: I enjoyed the plot of the actual movie, and it did have you question at times, but overall, the movie was predictable and the graphics were very bad. I feel a lot of ideas were poorly expressed and a lot of things weren't explained. It was a twisted thought, though and would probably scare young teenagers.

Jo B (de) wrote: the best movie I've seen in the world

agNel R (kr) wrote: Vijay...just rockz Nanban.... awesome movie...i lyk it

Debbie P (it) wrote: Eye of the Beast was an OK film. James Van Der Beek stars as an oceanographer who teams up with a beautiful Fishing officer to destroy a giant squid that is killing people. Not a great film, kinda campy, but interesting enough that it held my attention.

Rosalie P (it) wrote: Very Eerie. The boy was very creepy. Enjoyed it.

Jeff L (ru) wrote: A silent movie that is interspersed with bursts of dialogue, and a long and langurous love scene.

Martin C (jp) wrote: Yes the script could have been better, I still really enjoyed this film.

Kevin R (ca) wrote: Showtime!Pierre Delacroix is an African American television series writer that feels underappreciated and that he hasn't been given his "big chance." He writes a satire of African Americans that depicts them like they were on television in the 20-30s. The idea initially seems horrible but takes off in popularity. It begins making the African American's in the show feel uncomfortable and awkward."The Bomb makes me want to get my freak on."Spike Lee, director of Do the Right Thing, X, School Daze, Inside Man, 25th Hour, She Hate Me, Summer of Sam, He Got Game, Clockers, and She Gotta Gave It, delivers Bamboozled. The storyline for this picture is weird and socially awkward (which is what Lee was going for). The acting is actually pretty good and they deliver believable performances. The cast includes Damon Wayans, Jada Pinkett Smith, Mos Def, Paul Mooney, Michael Rapaport, Savion Glover, Tommy Davidson, and Gillian White."There's a black sheep in everyone's family."This was recommended to me by Fios so I DVR'd it off Showtime. This was just okay and a bit clich in a lot of ways. The concept was clever and there are some good lessons in here, but the film goes back and forth from serious to satire and I didn't feel it really worked. Overall, I'd probably skip this."We have deodorant...might be able to use some more though..."Grade: C

Alejandro R (ag) wrote: buen divertimento, rica movie de putazos

Alexander C (ca) wrote: Looks interesting will try to find and watch!

Ryan D (es) wrote: What a bunch of whiny crap.

Lilian W (jp) wrote: Brilliantly weird or weirdly brilliant.

Bud K (ru) wrote: Terence Hill is great in the Trinity series. He demonstrates what it's like to be a badass with superior confidence in his abilities

Andreas O (ag) wrote: The oldest surviving werewolf movie, this Universal classic often finds itself overshadowed by the later Wolf Man. The werewolf in this is unusually human and deductive, working almost as a Mr. Hyde character. While the movie might not compare to its rival, its atmosphere and heritage make it a good film by its own right.

Hunter B (kr) wrote: While not the most widely know Vietnam era war movie, Hamburger Hill shows you the brutality of the Vietnam war and especially the battle for Hill 937.

Steve R (ag) wrote: Much more fun than I expected. Not exactly genius, but a really entertaining cast and dumb fun!

Ed C (mx) wrote: One line summary: Amazing animation accomplishment; not so amazing plot.-------------------------------- This is animation via 3d modelling tools coupled with recording of live actions. Looks wonderful; better, in fact, than many live action horror films that I have reviewed lately. The main action takes place in a fictional former Soviet bloc nation, Eastern Slav Republic, that came into existence after the fall of the USSR. The film follows an American agent, Leon S. Kennedy, who goes rogue during the continuing civil war in ESR. The rumour that Leon wants to check out is whether or not the rebel forces in the civil war are using BOWs (Bio Organic Weapons). Leon encounters a BOW almost immediately. President Svetlana brings in Ada Wong from the BSAA (Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance) to look into the allegations. By themselves, the BOW are useless (attack friend and foe alike), but if a plaga is applied, control can be asserted. Sounds tricky. Leon needs to get some sort of evidence of all this. So does Ada Wong. The things that look like zombies walking around in Eastern Europe seem to be humans enslaved by plaga attaching themselves to spinal cords. Great. I was expected a high quality zombie film, and got a no zombie film. Will Leon or Ada get the evidence they needed? Will the ESR survive as a country?-----Scores------ Art/Animation: 10/10 Exceptional; I'd like to give it a 73 out of 10, but 10 is tops. Most of the film looks great. Loved the fight sequences between Ada Wong and President Svetlana. Sound: 8/10 Sound leveling could be better. Going from fight-action music to/from conversation is a disaster. Voice Acting: 7/10 This varies a lot. Matthew Mercer, Wendee Lee, and Courtenay Taylor were good. Val Tasso was mighty irritating. Most of the others were competent. Story: 4/10 Wow. Terrible dialog in so many places. Is this a civil war film, a zombie film, an east vs west film, a biohazard film? The connections to Resident Evil seem weak.

Mohammed A (ca) wrote: It's good movie to watch