Until the release of last year's widely and justifiably praised "Grizzly Man," veteran filmmaker and documentarian Werner Herzog was arguably as famous for the death-defying antics of his movie shoots as he was for the films he actually made. Among the most infamous of these fabled shoots was Herzog's first collaboration with actor/madman Klaus Kinski, 1972's Aguirre: The Wrath of God -- the first film in Filmspotting's six-part Herzog-Kinski Marathon. Alternately fascinating and frustrating, "Aguirre" -- shot on the cheap in the Peruvian jungle -- still has more than enough moments to make it worth recommending. Even more captivating, however, is Herzog's sometimes shocking, always amusing and insightful DVD commentary track.
Also on the show: Listener Feedback and -- halfway between Mother's Day and Father's Day -- our Top 5 Screen Parents.
Filmspotting #103 :26-13:14 - "Aguirre: The Wrath of God" 13:15-13:42 - Audio Feedback Music: Wilder Embry, "Bad Case of the Nothings" 14:49-18:22 - Peerflix Contest, Listener-Aberdeen City Meetup 18:23-20:12 - Top 10 Character Actors 20:13-24:04 - Got the keys to Telegraph Road? 24:05-30:59 - Listener Feedback (Religious Movies) Music: Wilder Embry, "Light Me Up in the Dark" 31:45-44:55 - Top 5 Screen Parents 44:56-46:47 - Next Week/Close
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