My #1 favorite movie. This movie touches me deeply every time I watch it. The part where Dan plays his guitar at full volume hoping someone across the valley can hear it and relate to it sums up life pretty well I think.
I hate to easy it but Something in this just missed the mark. I wasn't as quickly captivated as with his other works. The concept was interesting enough and they're were moments of beauty I just felt there wasa few points that played into repetition and maybe if this film had been trimmed down more I would have derived deeper. But I do admit the soon jamming out over the valley was great.
the famous film that ended up making Werner Herzog eat his own shoe.. there is nothing really more to say about this film that hasn't been written about or lamented enough already... this was simply one of the best debuts of a filmmaker in cinematic history...
A spellbinding, deceptively understated documentary superficially about pet cemetaries, but in a larger sense about death, love, family, ambition, self-delusion, and, well, just about everything. It achieves more with its tiny budget and quiet, meditative style than any 100 million dollar blockbuster.