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Movie Title : Encounters at the End of the World
Release Date : Sep 1, 2007 Wide
Genre Movie :Documentary
Mpaa Rating : G

Actors :Werner Herzog,David Ainley,Samuel S. Bowser,Regina Eisert,Kevin Emery,Ashrita Furman,William Jirsa,Karen Joyce,Douglas MacAyeal,William McIntosh,Olav T. Oftedal,Clive Oppenheimer,David R. Pacheco Jr.,Stefan Pashov,Jan Pawlowski,Scott Rowland,Libor Zicha

Werner Herzog, director of such acclaimed documentaries as Grizzly Man and Little Dieter Needs to Fly, offers his unique perspective on the South Pole in this film profiling the Antarctic community of McMurdo Station. Located on Ross Island, McMurdo Station is the headquarters of the National Science Foundation. Whether offering a detailed study of the unique survival training regimen that newcomers to McMurdo are obligated to endure or pondering the majestic beauty of a landscape where the discovery of three new species in a single day is something worth truly celebrating, Herzog boldly offers viewers the opportunity to visit one of the most inaccessible and awe-inspiring landscapes on the planet. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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Seemingly off-hand, cumulatively imposing, utterly masterful.
Trevor Johnston-Time Out

Herzog is one of a kind. His new doc is an event you watch in awe as you marvel at its wonders.
Peter Travers-Rolling Stone

The sky is relentlessly blue, the sun bright even in the thick of night. In this odd and unforgettable place, Herzog has made his own poetry.
Moira MacDonald-Seattle Times

[Herzog is] a filmmaker ideally suited to recognize and celebrate...deep irony.
Colin Covert-Minneapolis Star Tribune

A poem of oddness and beauty. Herzog is like no other filmmaker, and to return to him is to be welcomed into a world vastly larger and more peculiar than the one around us. The underwater photography alone would make a film, but there is so much more.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times

Damnably frustrating and fascinating, Herzog's questions deconstruct Earth's DNA in a scientific process going beyond statistics to ancestry or spirituality - an idea that we're witnesses and valets who are here and, sooner than we think, will be gone.
Nick Rogers-Suite101.com

Respect for the environment is not a moral issue for Herzog, but a common sense issue of survival. In the harsh environs of the polar regions, his point is made with crystalline clarity.
Ian Buckwalter-DCist

The footage is breathtaking. We also are privileged to watch seals feeding their young, but the revelations about penguin 'prostitutes' are perhaps the film's most extraordinary. Gay penguins? Insane penguins?
Louise Keller-Urban Cinefile

Caustically enchanting
Fernando F. Croce-CinePassion

...May not have the shock and drive of Grizzly Man, but it's a poignant and even haunting work nonetheless
Craig Phillips-GreenCine

This documentary about life in and around a vast scientific research centre in Antarctica. None of these meetings, however, is as interesting as the interspersed footage of the pole's natural wonders.
Edward Porter-Times [UK]

His best film for years.
Philip French-Observer [UK]

This Oscar-nominated gem reveals far more than the traditional documentary by coming at the subject from an unexpected angle to reveal a myriad of unvarnished truths.
Tim Surette-Sky Movies

Too loose and aimless to sit with Herzog's best, Encounters drifts along on its filmmaker's frostbitten humour and his ever-searching eye for weirdness and wonder.
Jonathan Crocker-Total Film

Herzog is baffled, amused and fascinated by them all, exults in their palpable strangeness, draws us deep into their unique world and, via Henry Kaiser's extraordinary underwater photography, what looms often unnervingly beneath it.
Allan Jones-Uncut Magazine [UK]

Nature at its most mysterious, brutal and implacable - just as Herzog likes it.
Leigh Singer-Film4

As a nature doc alone, Encounters at the End of the World would stand as one of the year's best. But it is the people who choose to live and work at the very ends of the Earth that are Herzog's real subject.
Dominic Wells-Times [UK]

It's a thoroughly intelligent, worthwhile and tremendous-looking film. But where is the dark spark of Herzog magic?
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]

Almost every film Werner Herzog makes is savage and incisive. Encounters at the End of the World, far-out and unforgettable.
Sukhdev Sandhu-Daily Telegraph

As a nature documentary it's nothing special. But that was never the intent. As an observational study of people and place, it's truly fascinating.
-Little White Lies

Mid-list Herzog, but still a stimulating, strange experience. And that tragically perverse penguin is the most memorable movie animal of the year.
Kim Newman-Empire Magazine

A compelling film that is by turns thought-provoking and very funny.
Karl French-Financial Times

This is Herzog in awe at life, the universe, eternity itself.
Anthony Quinn-Independent

The film is beautifully shot both under the ice, where creatures roam in a place that would rival any sci-fi horror.
-This is London

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Herzog and cinematographer Peter Zeitlinger go to Antarctica to meet people who live and work there, and to capture footage of the continent's unique locations. Herzog's voiceover narration explains that his film will not be a typical Antarctica film about "fluffy penguins", but will explore the dreams of the people and the landscape.


TagLine Encounters at the End of the World Off the map, things get strange.

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