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Wed 11 September to Fri 13 September
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(Werner Herzog, W Germany 1974, 109mins, subtitled)
Werner Herzog’s newly restored film is the fascinating story of the young man who in 1828 appeared out of the blue in Nuremberg, clutching a note claiming his name was Kaspar. Barely able to walk or talk, and willing to eat only bread and water, he became a figure of fame and controversy among doctors, scientists and educationalists of the day. Herzog focusses on the encounter between Kaspar and the well-meaning but blinkered rationalists determined to shape his character and his new life. Arguably Herzog’s warmest and most poignant feature.
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