Even better the second time!
This is my first meeting with a Nuri Bilge Ceylan film, and I was not disappointed. Once Upon a Time in Anatolia is a long, tiresome and difficult watch, and perhaps not for the restless, but it is a masterpiece, and the best of it's kind.
Through the night, three cars carry a small group of men around in the rural surroundings of the Anatolian town Keskin, in search of a buried body. The group involves police officers, a doctor,…
"The Enigma of Kaspar Hauser", and other translations of this title is a disgrace to the original German title, "Every Man For Himself, and God Against All". It's obviously that Herzog want's to shake our view on the world by allowing us to observe the world with a fresh mind through the eyes of Kaspar Hauser. The movie is actually not that mysterious, and to me it don't seem that it's in Herzog's intentions to make a mystery film either.…