Not 'remembered,' I don't care about being remembered.
February 18, 2016 11:24 PM Subscribe
We are the killers. We stink of death. We carry it with us. It sticks to us like frost. We cannot tear it away. [...]
The Aztecs in the shock of the conquest, of utter destruction, tried to regain their speech, and they tried to describe simple things. A cave. A cave is a place of darkness. It is full of fear. It is dark, yes, very dark. And fear looms there. And do we dare to enter? Because the cave is big and it is dark.A 70-minute conversation with Werner Herzog, loosely structured by one of his favorite books, J. A. Baker's The Peregrine.
It took a while to get rolling, perhaps, but at its height it was like watching a live performance of a Werner Herzog film -- strange and haunting. [2m version(??)]
(I would have quoted the part where he reads the names of 40 Icelandic dwarves but I can't spell them.
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