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Werner Herzog has made a career of documenting humans struggling with nature. His subjects are the people who live (and die) with grizzly bears in the Alaskan wilderness, the aviation engineer trying to fly through South American rainforests, or Antarctic scientists isolated at the “end of the world.” At the heart of these documentaries is the disconnect between the nature-loving subjects and Herzog’s Germanic skepticism. In the celebrated Grizzly Man, about the bear advocate Timothy Treadwell, Herzog states “that in all the faces of all the bears that Treadwell ever filmed, I discover no kinship, no understanding, no mercy.” But in his 2016 documentary, Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World—which is currently streaming on Netflix—Herzog turns his existential eye to the center of modern civilization: the Internet. There, he finds a similar mix of marvels and horrors as he does in the extremes of nature.
An Unexpected Journey With Werner Herzog ‘Lo and Behold’ celebrates the digital connection that defines us
In the rainforest. Wearing a bandana and a loincloth, and wielding a chainsaw instead of a machete, he knew exactly what to do." Werner paused and took a sip of wine. "The Peruvian native tied the bandana around his thigh, pulled the knot tight, pulled the throttle on the chainsaw and cut off his leg above the knee." Looking with earnest concern, I manage to utter, "Really?" Werner smiles, "He lived."
Documentarian Alex Gibney offers a chilling account of the Stuxnet worm attack that temporarily sabotaged Iran's nuclear program, but also may have opened a Pandora's box, paving the way for future nation-sponsored cyberattacks against critical infrastructure.
Review of “Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World”, Werner Herzog (Google Translation)
At 74 years, the tireless German director of such classics as Fitzcarraldo and Aguirre, the Wrath of God continues its production both in the realm of fiction (in 2016 premiered Salt and Fire ) and as always fascinating documentaries (two this season). After Into the Inferno , work on volcanoes that is available on Netflix, Cinema Art BAMA offers this film that explores the origins of the Internet and how the advancement of technology has changed for good and bad behavior in recent decades.
Movie review: Werner Herzog takes on internet in ‘Lo and Behold’
Werner Herzog breaks the internet in his latest documentary “Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World.” He cracks it open to carefully examine the insides — the glorious possibilities and the devastating potential pitfalls. He brings his signature style, but also his singular point of view: skeptical, hopeful, existentially curious. Through his eyes we see the internet in a different way, taking a magnifying glass to this entity that’s become ubiquitous in our daily lives.
Werner Herzog’s upcoming film, ‘Lo and Behold: Reveries of the Connected World’, features interviews with some of the most notorious names and innovative minds in the technological circle. But who are the people behind these machines and ideas? We take a look at some of the featured interviewees of the film: