‘Happy People’, the newest documentary from Werner Herzog, gets its first trailer

Happy people

Filmmaker Werner Herzog is known as much for his documentaries as he is known for his feature films, with recent documentaries such as Grizzly Man and Encounters at the End of the World garnering attention and acclaim, both for their subject matter, and for the display of Herzog’s skill. When news was announced of a new documentary, thus, many were excited to see what the filmmaker would explore next. The film, titled Happy People: A Year in the Taiga, sees Herzog share directing duties with Dmitry Vasyukov, in an exploration of the life of the indigenous people of Bakhtia, a region in Siberia. The first trailer for the movie has now been released, and can be seen below.

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(Source: /Film)

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