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Into the InfernoWerner Herzog and volcanologist Clive Oppenheimer travel the globe and visit active volcanoes in Indonesia, Iceland, North Korea and Ethiopia, in an attempt to minimize the volcanoes’ destructive impact.Genre: DocumentaryCountry: United KingdomDuration: 104 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 7.2
Actors of "Into the Inferno"
Directors of "Into the Inferno"Werner HerzogBirthdate: 5 September 1942, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Creators of "Into the Inferno"Werner HerzogBirthdate: 5 September 1942, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Critic Reviews of "Into the Inferno"RogerEbert.comOctober 28, 2016
A series of portraits of obsessed people, each painted by one of the most likable obsessives in cinema.Time OutOctober 28, 2016
Into the Inferno may be relatively minor Herzog -- it's sweet and rambling rather than laser-bolt intense like Fitzcarraldo or Grizzly Man . But it is enormously satisfying, filled with wisdom, insight and molten lava.Globe and MailOctober 28, 2016
This intersection of nature and culture is filled with insight.Associated PressOctober 27, 2016
A lazy, meandering mess that gives off no heat.New York TimesOctober 27, 2016
It's an exhilarating trip, filled with strange stories, fascinating rituals and ethereally beautiful images of bubbling magma and flowing lava, some of which were captured using drones.Los Angeles TimesOctober 27, 2016
Even as "Into the Inferno" invites us to marvel at our insignificance in the face of Mother Nature's seething primordial firepit, Herzog, being Herzog, refuses to lose sight of the human element.Combustible CelluloidJanuary 19, 2017
'Into the Inferno' is fascinated by the impermanent nature of our world, and is perhaps a strong reminder to appreciate what we have while we have it.Antagony & EcstasyDecember 11, 2016
Five wonderfully captivating documentaries that have been pressed together into one very weird shape.Scene-Stealers.comNovember 07, 2016
The film captures enough remarkable footage of hot magma bursts and erupting volcanoes to make any straight-up nature documentary filmmaker jealous. But Herzog's interests are cultural. And it's all the more fascinating. as seen through his lens.ArtforumNovember 04, 2016
Besides the extraordinary images of volcanic landscapes, the film is, thanks to Oppenheimer's skill as an interviewer, a work of comparative anthropology.CineVueNovember 03, 2016
As well as scientific facts and figures, it's the "magical side" of things which Herzog seeks to elucidate.The Straits Times (Singapore)November 02, 2016
Oppenheimer brings the enthusiasm and the science; and Herzog, his gravelly baritone bringing to mind the voices of volcano gods seeking vengeance, provides the narration.
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