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Werner Herzog talks infiltrating North Korea for his new Netflix movie and playing a Bond villain

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 ("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.
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