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In Defence Of – Invincible

Director: Werner Herzog Content: Film Studio: Werner Herzog Filmproduktion Synopsis: Zishe Breitbart moves to Berlin to seek his fortune as a strongman, and comes under the management of the hypnotist and fraudulent mystic Hanussen.  But this is 1932, and the Jewish Breitbart is increasingly disturbed

Cinema Eclectica 50 – Never Go Full Tarantino

This week none of us were as malicious as we expected – turns out we must like each other or something. In Off the Shelf we look over last week’s recommendations, with Rob taking a trip to “Mulholland Drive”, Aidan with “Spring”, Graham discussing “I

Cinema Eclectica 13 – And BOOM Goes the Herzog

On this week’s episode there’s some verbal fisticuffs for trailer of the week, and we discuss Kevin Smith’s Tusk, Himizu, The Killers, Like Water for Chocolate and the irreplaceable Werner Herzog’s Invincible in Off the Shelf. For our film of the week, we opted for