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Of Walking in Ice: Munich-Paris, 23 November-14 December, 1974 Paperback – 6 Jun 1991
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At the end of November 1974, a friend from Paris called Herzog and told him that Lotte Eisner was seriously ill and would probably die. For Herzog this could not be, German cinema could not do without her. So, he went on foot to Paris, convinced that she would live. This book reports that journey, from Munich to Paris. Werner Herzog is the director of many films including "Nosferatu", "Wozzeck", "Aguirre, Wrath of God", "Fitzcarraldo" and "When the Green Ants Dream".
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Brilliantly dry, questing, ferocious and funny.
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If you are a fan of Herzog, then this book is a MUST. If you simply enjoy good writing, then you can make much worse choices than.
Of course it's Herzog who ends up hiking through a blizzard from Munich to Paris.
The diary is really beautiful. Lots of incredible descriptions of the countryside, moments of madness, and plenty of that Herzog charm.
The design's incredible, too! You don't really see books like this ever.