Yeah, sucks on my iphone now.
re-watching Aguirre and already I'm feeling like I'm there and am not seeing a nonce, I'm seeing a character.
Herzog's direction is what makes it so real. Documentary style almost, and the actors actually go on that journey. It's mental. One of my grippest gripes with the 'historical epic' (not that this fits that category for obvious reasons) is when you've got different nationalities all speaking English (or whatever) yet with this it grabs me so much I don't even notice all the Spaniards speaking German after a while
Herzog only has himself to blame for taking someone he knew was so volatile through this and Fitzcarraldo
You seen Woyzeck?