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‘Salt and Fire’ Trailer: Werner Herzog’s New Movie Is Weirder Than it Looks

I didn’t write a full review of Werner Herzog‘s Salt and Fire from Fantastic Fest 2016, but when I put together my silly end-of-festival awards, it walked away with two imaginary statuettes: “Most WTF Character” and “Most Quotable Movie.” That first award was well-earned because this is one odd movie, fluctuating between bonkers and boring on […] The post ‘Salt and Fire’ Trailer: Werner Herzog’s New Movie Is Weirder Than it Looks appeared first on /Film.
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