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TitleEvery Man for Himself and God Against All (1975)
Alternative/Original Title1.Jeder fur Sich und Gott Gegen Alle 2.The Story of Kaspar Hauser
DisabilityGeneral Mowgli-Tarzan myth
CountryGermany
Length110
GenreHistorical
Rating4
DirectorWerner Herzog
CastBruno S
NotesThe story of Kaspar Hauser. Study of Mowgli-Tarzan myth. Compare with Truffaut's 'A Wild Child'. A film so extraordinary and intriguing about a true happening that you'll never forget it. Herzog is a totally original director and Bruno S. who plays Kaspar Hauser brings truth to that cinema clichT: the actor is the character. Kaspar Hauser was imprisoned from birth and emerged mysteriously as a man in the town square of Nuremberg in the 1820s. He is then educated by the townsfolk and the film is mainly about the changes to this totally unsocialised man. His simplicity opposed to their rationality. A parable, didactic, but immensely interesting.

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