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, 1h36Directed by Werner HerzogOrigin GermanGenres Drama
, HorrorThemes Medical-themed films
, Films about psychiatry
, Films about disabilities
, Comedy horror films
, Films set in psychiatric hospitalsActors Patricia HayesRating
69% A group of dwarfs confined in an institution on a remote island rebel against the guards and director (all dwarfs as well) in a display of mayhem. The dwarfs gleefully break windows and dishes, abandon a running truck to drive itself in circles, engineer food fights and cock fights, set fire to pots of flowers, kill a large pig, torment some blind dwarfs, and perform a mock crucifixion of a monkey.
, 1h33Directed by Werner HerzogOrigin GermanGenres Drama
, HistoricalThemes Medical-themed films
, Films about psychiatryActors Klaus Kinski
, Helena Rojo
, Ruy Guerra
, Del Negro
, Peter BerlingRating
79% In 1560, several score of Spanish conquistadors, and a hundred Indian slaves, march down from the newly conquered Inca Empire in the Andes mountains into the jungles to the east, in search of the fabled country of El Dorado. Under the command of Gonzalo Pizarro (Alejandro Repullés), the men, clad in half armor, pull cannons down narrow mountainous paths and through dense, muddy jungle. On New Year's Eve, reaching the end of his supplies and unable to go on without more information, Pizarro orders a group of forty men to scout ahead by raft down river. If they do not return to the main party within one week with news of what lies beyond, they will be considered lost. Pizarro chooses Don Pedro de Ursúa (Ruy Guerra) as the commander of the expedition, Don Lope de Aguirre (Klaus Kinski) as his second-in-command, fat nobleman Don Fernando de Guzmán (Peter Berling) representing The Royal House of Spain and Brother Gaspar de Carvajal (Del Negro) to bring the word of God. Also accompanying the expedition, against Pizarro's better judgment, are Ursúa's mistress, Doña Inés (Helena Rojo) and Aguirre's teenage daughter, Florés (Cecilia Rivera, in her only film role).
, 1h47Directed by Werner HerzogOrigin GermanGenres Drama
, HorrorThemes Films about magic and magicians
, Medical-themed films
, Dracula films
, Vampires in film
, Films about viral outbreaksActors Klaus Kinski
, Isabelle Adjani
, Bruno Ganz
, Roland Topor
, Jacques Dufilho
, Walter LadengastRating
75% Jonathan Harker is an estate agent in Wismar, Germany. His boss, Renfield, informs him that a nobleman named Count Dracula wishes to buy a property in Wismar, and assigns Harker to visit the count and complete the lucrative deal. Leaving his young wife Lucy behind in Wismar, Harker travels for four weeks to Transylvania, to the castle of Count Dracula. He carries with him the deeds and documents needed to sell the house to the Count. On his journey, Jonathan stops at a village, where locals plead for him to stay clear of the accursed castle, providing him with details of Dracula's vampirism. Harker ignores the villagers’ pleas as superstition, and continues his journey unassisted ascending the Borgo Pass. Harker arrives at Dracula's castle, where he meets the Count, a strange, ancient, almost rodent-like man, with large ears, pale skin, sharp teeth, and long fingernails.
, 1h35Directed by Werner HerzogGenres DocumentaryThemes Films about television
, Documentary films about business
, Documentary films about the film industry
, Documentaire sur une personnalitéActors Werner Herzog
, Klaus Kinski
, Eva Mattes
, Isabelle Adjani
, Claudia Cardinale
, Mick JaggerRating
78% The film opens with shots of Klaus Kinski performing – after his own interpretation – the role of Jesus. Kinski harangues the audience for not paying attention to him, curses wildly, has the microphone taken away from him, and, screaming, steals it back. Kinski left one of his Jesus tours to star in Herzog's film, Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972). This was the first of five films that the two would make together, the others being Nosferatu the Vampyre (1978); Woyzeck (1978); Fitzcarraldo (1982); and Cobra Verde (1987).
, 1h41Directed by Mary HarronOrigin USAGenres Drama
, CrimeThemes Medical-themed films
, Films about sexuality
, BDSM in films
, Serial killer films
, Films about psychiatryActors Christian Bale
, Willem Dafoe
, Jared Leto
, Josh Lucas
, Bill Sage
, Samantha MathisRating
75% Patrick Bateman is a wealthy investment banker living in Manhattan in the late 1980s. His life revolves around dining at trendy restaurants while keeping up appearances for his fiancée, Evelyn, and for his circle of wealthy and shallow associates, most of whom he dislikes. Bateman describes the material accoutrements of his lifestyle: his daily morning exercise and beautification routine, his music collection including performers such as Huey Lewis and the News, Phil Collins, and Whitney Houston, his taste for expensive designer clothes, and the lavish couture of his apartment.
, 1h44Directed by Werner HerzogOrigin GermanGenres Drama
, Science fiction
, ActionThemes Political filmsActors Tim Roth
, Jouko Ahola
, Renate Krößner
, Udo Kier
, Hark Bohm
, André HennickeRating
64% Zishe Breitbart (Jouko Ahola) is the son of an Orthodox Jewish blacksmith in rural Poland. He is fantastically strong, largely from working at hard labor all day. A talent agent sees how strong Breitbart is in his Jewish shtetl home and convinces him to move to Berlin, where he can find work as a strongman.
, 1h41Directed by Roger SpottiswoodeOrigin FranceGenres Drama
, CrimeThemes Medical-themed films
, Films about psychiatryActors Barry Pepper
, Jacinda Barrett
, Tom Wilkinson
, Willem Dafoe
, Alan Cumming
, Claire ForlaniRating
60% After his friend, a successful young artist, is killed in a car accident, Tom Ripley (Pepper) and his friends hide his body and concoct a scheme in which they forge his paintings, eventually making a great deal of money. When an art collector (Dafoe) complains that a painting he bought from the gallery is a fake, Ripley must use his inimitable talents to defuse the problem by whatever means necessary.