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It is a poem of oddness and beauty. Read full review
The stunning images aren't enough for Herzog, though. He wants us to see how these quirky researchers, in their lust to explore, are acting out a drive as primitive as nature: the need to break away from the world in order to find it. Read full review
Does Antarctica attract dreamers or create them? It's a thread that runs throughout the film. Read full review
Through Herzog's eyes it is a desolate, strangely beautiful frozen Edenish hell where the planet, having shaken out its pockets, lets the loners, fanatics and cosmologist-crackpots fall to bottom. Read full review
All this is as fascinating as it is humbling, even when Herzog ventures a little too far down eccentricity's back alley. Read full review
Takes you places an ordinary documentary filmmaker might’ve gone to yet missed completely. Read full review
A deranged penguin is seen racing toward his certain doom amid the crags of a mountain range. It may not be "Happy Feet," but Herzog has made a penguin movie after all. Read full review
An enjoyable example of this extraordinary director's documentary work. Read full review
Retains considerable entertainment value on the strength of Herzog's never-dull, very personal narrating style. Read full review
Creating a hypnotically digressive travelogue, Herzog wanders from soul to soul, asking deceptively mild questions to potent effect. Read full review
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