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Werner Herzog Vesttyskland, 1971

Duncan Gray's rating of the film Fata Morgana

Herzog at his most abstract, making it something of an acquired taste, but a real gem. Through the primordial landscape, he evokes the awe of the creation of the earth, before finally arriving at how it's now a playground for tourists and film crews. At least, I think—all I can say for sure is that he's inspired by the cosmic, but much more ironic about man's place in it. So long, Marianne.