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Aaron Jones 2 years ago
Interesting story of madness and power, doubly poignant because it's a German production.
Adam Meehan over 3 years ago
So bloody frustrating. It took 3 sittings to finish.
Noah Rymer almost 4 years ago
I don't say this often, but I just did not get this film. Why do people worship it?
Christophe Cheval 4 years ago
Austin over 5 years ago
I've never seen a movie quite like it. It's amazing...
Rosalio Galvan over 5 years ago
nice movie about madness
William Fenton over 5 years ago
3 mad bastards in Sth America: Herzog, Kinksi and God, battling to be maddest. Brilliant!
Germán Sabina Serrat almost 7 years ago
O te metes en la selva y en la cabeza de Aguirre o se te hace soporífera. Yo opté por lo 1
Jithin Babu almost 8 years ago
I watched this film with the Director Werner Herzog and this was indeed an awesome flick!
Anthony Vacca almost 8 years ago
One of my all time favorite movies.
Jim Barton over 3 years ago
Sam Bowman almost 4 years ago
Miles Ross almost 5 years ago
Nino Vignjevic almost 5 years ago
Ale Márquez 5 years ago
Tom o'brien 5 years ago
John Morgan over 5 years ago
Rob Thompson almost 6 years ago
Aguirre, the Wrath of God (German: Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes) is a 1972 West German adventure film written and directed by Werner Herzog. Klaus Kinski stars in the title role. The soundtrack was composed and performed by German progressive/Krautrock band Popol Vuh. The story follows the travels of Spanish soldier Lope de Aguirre, who leads a group of conquistadores down the Amazon River in South America in search of the legendary city of gold, El Dorado. Using a minimalist story and dialogue, the film creates a vision of madness and folly, counterpointed by the lush but unforgiving Amazonian jungle. Although based loosely on what is known of the historical figure of Aguirre, the film's story line is, as Herzog acknowledged years after the film's release, a work of imagination. Some of the people and situations may have been inspired by Gaspar de Carvajal's account of an earlier Amazonian expedition, although Carvajal was not on the historical voyage represented in the film. Other...
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