Sound On Sight Radio #171: Bad Lieutenant Herzog

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Some have hailed him as the world’s greatest filmmaker – so why, newcomers might ask, does his name grace the director’s slot on what appears to be a direct-to-video cop thriller from 1995? Werner Herzog’s Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans graced our screens this past weekend, so Simon, Mariko and returning guest Derek Gladu find out just how bonkers the Nicolas Cage vehicle really is, as well as tackling two of Herzog’s previous fictional films – 1987’s epic Cobra Verde, his last collaboration with the legendary Klaus Kinski, and 1977’s Stroszek, one of two features Herzog fashioned around the peculiar talents of an ex-con known only as: Bruno S.

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