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[[Werner Herzog]]'s assessment of the state of nature in the film [[Grizzly Man]]. Must be said in a Bavarian accent.
 
[[Werner Herzog]]'s assessment of the state of nature in the film [[Grizzly Man]]. Must be said in a Bavarian accent.
  
This is actually a slight misquote - Herzog actually referred to "chaos, ''hostility'' and murder", but this is how Mark remembered it, and hence gets an entry here.
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This is actually a slight misquote - Herzog actually referred to "chaos, ''hostility'' and murder", but this is how Mark remembered it, and hence gets an entry here.
  
Mark once asked Herzog during an on-stage Q&A how, if this was the case, things as beautiful as Herzog's films could exist in the world. Herzog paused and replied, "I hold back the tide."
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Mark once asked Herzog during an on-stage Q&A how, if chaos, disharmony and murder did indeed define our existence, it was possible that things as beautiful as Herzog's films could exist. Herzog paused and replied, "I hold back the tide."

Latest revision as of 05:50, 14 February 2017

Werner Herzog's assessment of the state of nature in the film Grizzly Man. Must be said in a Bavarian accent.

This is actually a slight misquote - Herzog actually referred to "chaos, hostility and murder", but this is how Mark remembered it, and hence gets an entry here.

Mark once asked Herzog during an on-stage Q&A how, if chaos, disharmony and murder did indeed define our existence, it was possible that things as beautiful as Herzog's films could exist. Herzog paused and replied, "I hold back the tide."