With co-director Andre Singer, Werner Herzog profiles the eighth and final leader of the Soviet Union.
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Author: Cole Henry
Cole Henry is a media theory and philosophy student at Georgia State University, as well as a freelance writer and editor. He is quite interested in every aspect of documentary cinema, and can usually be found reading, writing, running, adding items to his Criterion Collection shopping cart, and eating tacos.
Werner Herzog has made many movies, including 38 documentary features and shorts. Here, we focus on those.
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Former US Marine Corps combat cameraman Miles Lagoze presents the footage that was never meant to be seen.