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Woyzeck (1976)

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1 out of 10 Don't waste your time on it
Alan from Dublin, 20 Dec 2009
quite badly made movie, just wanted it to be over. The director does not make us care much about the characters so you don't really care what happends to them in the end. Story reads much better than how the film is executed. I'd recommend you pass on this one.
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In Werner Herzog's brilliant adaptation of Georg Buchner's 'Woyzeck', Klaus Kinski delivers a wild and stunning performance in a role only he could play. Franz Woyzeck (Kinski) is a hapless solider, alone and powerless in society, assaulted from all sides by forces he cannot control. Abused and tortured, both physically and psychologically by commanding officers, doctors, and his unfaithful wife Marie (Eva Mattes, Best Supporting Actress at Cannes), Woyzeck struggles to hold...

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