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Werner Herzog talks infiltrating North Korea for his new Netflix movie and the Bond role he wants
For over five decades and 70-plus movies, German director Werner Herzog has given us some of the most powerful stories ever put on-screen. At 74 years old, he has no plans to slow down. Known for his on-the-fringes tales ranging from the fictional
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In his inaugural address, President John F. Kennedy challenged Americans to do something for their country. Thousands of young people answered his call, launching an era of flourishing social activism that eclipsed any in U.S. history. Citizens rallied behind an endless variety of social justice organizations to change the country’s social and political landscape. As these social movements gained momentum, the severe poverty of the Appalachian region attracted the attention of many spirited young Americans. In 1964, a group of them formed the Appalachian Volunteers, an organization intent on eradicating poverty in eastern Kentucky and the rest of the Southern mountains. In Reformers to Radicals: The Appalachian Volunteers and the War on Poverty, Thomas Kiffmeyer documents the history of...
For over five decades and 70-plus movies, German director Werner Herzog has given us some of the most powerful stories ever put on-screen. Known for his on-the-fringes tales ranging from the fictional ("Fitzcarraldo") to the documentary ("Grizzly Man"), Herzog's latest is no different. In "Into the Inferno" (available on Netflix October 28), teaming with volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer, Herzog travels the globe to look at the majesty of active volcanoes. His journey leads him even to North Korea, where he's able to capture visuals of the country that have never been shown to the Western world before. Business Insider talked to Herzog about getting into North Korea, his attempt to interview Kim Jong-un, his desire to be a Bond villain, and why he believes he's the only director in the industry who is "clinically sane. Jason Guerrasio: With the backdrop of the US election and conflicts among countries and religions, it's fascinating that something like a movie on volcanoes can be so powerful. Werner Herzog: No. [ Laughs ] I wouldn't make a connection between the daily news and volcanoes. It was a subject that was dormant in me for a long time and it popped up 40 years ago when I made a [short] film on the Caribbean island of Guadeloupe about a volcano that was about to explode and a single farmer refused to leave ["La Soufrière"]. Ten years ago in Antarctica shooting "Encounters at the End of the World," I met a very fine volcanologist from Cambridge University [Clive Oppenheimer] and we kept talking about doing a film and all of a sudden it became serious when he hinted at... That was actually our very first shoot and it's almost impossible to enter North Korea with a camera as a professional. It was an extraordinary coincidence and an extraordinary chance that I wouldn't like to let pass. We actually started filming in North Korea when no financing was secured at all. We just went out and did it. Guerrasio: In some ways, was being able to shoot in North Korea more interesting than the volcanoes angle. Herzog: Well, it had to be about the stories and the people who live under the volcano, what kind of new gods do they create. And of course North Korea falls clearly into this category since the socialist revolution at the end of the Second World War. Somehow they adopted the myth of the power and dynamics of their volcano [ Mt. Paektu ] at the boarder with China and somehow transferred it to the leadership and the dynamics of their revolution. So everything you see in North Korea, it's all propaganda, but it's all connected to the volcano. Public life is constantly aware of the volcano. Guerrasio: Did you try to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong-un. Herzog: Yes. There are photos of Kim Jong-un right up atop the volcano. I actually wrote a letter to him asking if I could speak on camera. Only a few months later there was this party congress which assigned an official title to him, but that was after we did our film. Guerrasio: So what did you end up addressing him as in the letter. Herzog: I do not recall, but it was complex. "Dear young leader of the people and chairman of the joint military commission" or something like that. Guerrasio: What would have been the major question you would have wanted to ask him. Herzog: I don't know, but it would have been fascinating. And nobody has been able to do it so if he invites me to do some appendix for the film I will fly to North Korea and of course speak to him on camera. Guerrasio: What was the biggest highlight of your time in North Korea. Herzog: I was able to persuade them to let me shoot in areas that were beyond the volcano itself. Beyond the joint scientific program between Cambridge University and North Korean scientists. I was able to film in a kindergarten, subway, other things you would not normally be allowed to do. Guerrasio: Did they need to see your footage before you left the country. Herzog: Yes. The deal was we had to have people accompanying us and they would ask us not to film something. For example, we wanted to film at a certain place and there happened to be a building under.
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