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Actors of "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done"
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Directors of "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done"Werner HerzogBirthdate: 5 September 1942, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Creators of "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done"Herbert GolderWerner HerzogBirthdate: 5 September 1942, Munich, Bavaria, Germany
Critic Reviews of "My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done"Chicago ReaderJanuary 03, 2011
What they deliver is the sort of fake mysticism that usually ensues when secular intellectuals try to plumb the depths of religious faith.Time OutSeptember 08, 2010
My Son, My Son... may be a minor work in the Herzog canon but it's still one of the more fascinating, frustrating, disturbing and beautiful experiences available to cinemagoers this year.Seattle TimesApril 08, 2010
One of Herzog's quirky misfires.Chicago Sun-TimesApril 08, 2010
Confounds all convention and denies all expected pleasures, providing instead the delight of watching Herzog feed the police hostage formula into the Mixmaster of his imagination.Minneapolis Star TribuneFebruary 26, 2010
Lynch and Herzog have tickled us for years with their dwarves and iguanas and impenetrable stories. This collaboration represents the vanishing point of willful obscurity.Los Angeles TimesDecember 18, 2009
As a writer-director with five decades' worth of notable screen work to his credit, [Herzog] certainly can't be faulted for taking risks, even if it means now and then, well, falling on his sword.ReelTalk Movie ReviewsSeptember 25, 2010
The version of madness displayed by [Michael Shannon's] Brad is not typically dramatic; it's mostly just strange, and dances the line bordering on goofiness.Daily Express (UK)September 13, 2010
More like a bad dream than a good film.Film4September 10, 2010
It is a film that addresses itself directly to the audience of Lynch and Herzog, and sets out, in its own special way, to "razzle them, dazzle them, razzle dazzle them."Total FilmSeptember 10, 2010
It's like Psycho remade by Ed Wood.Daily Telegraph (UK)September 10, 2010
Oddly understated, it's nevertheless as unnerving a vision of disintegration in suburbia as you'd expect from director Werner Herzog and producer David Lynch.GuardianSeptember 09, 2010
My Son, My Son, What Have Ye Done finds God in a cereal box and Satan on an ostrich farm.
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