How much Wood would a Woodchuck chuck... – Beobachtungen zu einer neuen Sprache

1976

How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck (German: Beobachtungen zu einer neuen Sprache, literally "Observations of a New Language") is a 1976 documentary film by German director Werner Herzog, produced by Werner Herzog Filmproduktion.[2] It is a 44-minute film documenting the World Livestock Auctioneer Championship held in New Holland, Pennsylvania. The film also contains a section about the Amish and shows Amish speaking Pennsylvania German.

Herzog has said that he believes auctioneering to be "the last poetry possible, the poetry of capitalism."[3] Herzog describes the auctioneering as an "extreme language ... frightening but quite beautiful at the same time."[4]

Herzog used two of the featured auctioneers Ralph Wade and Scott McKain as actors in his later film Stroszek.

Cinematographer Edward Lachman got his start working with Herzog on this film; he would work on La Soufrière (1977) shortly after.[5]

Quelle: Wikipedia(englisch)
Kinostart:1976
weitere Titel:
How Much Wood Would a Woodchuck Chuck
How much Wood would a Woodchuck chuck... – Beobachtungen zu einer neuen Sprache
Заметки о новом языке
یک موش خرما دوست دارد چه‌قدر چوب بتراشدfa
一隻土撥鼠能啃掉多少zh
Genre:Dokumentarfilm
Herstellungsland:Deutschland
Originalsprache:Englisch
Farbe:Farbe
IMDB: 12000
Verleih:Werner Herzog
Regie:Werner Herzog
Kamera:Thomas Mauch
Schnitt:Beate Mainka-Jellinghaus
Produzent:Werner Herzog
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