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It may be strange to conclude that this film by Werner Herzog is an outsider in his imposing oeuvre, because is not every Herzog film unique? He shot his variation on the genre of the German Heimatfilm on location in Bavaria, a few miles from his birthplace. The story concerns a village community where the chief glass-blower dies at the end of the nineteenth century and takes a secret to the grave: how to make ruby-red glass. The clairvoyant Hias has to find out the secret. When this seer announces the Apocalypse, the inhabitants panic. Herzog hypnotised most of his actors - with the exception of Josef Bierbichler Hias - before he shot their scenes. The two filmmakers had a bet: how easily can you tell the difference between a moving image of a still object, and a freeze frame of the same? Pretty easily.
Its music still retains the powerful emphasis given to the previous LP in certain passages, although it goes back to their more reflexive ambiental athmospheres yet presenting that concept one step further into more evolutive structures and even adding some touches of a certain folk music feel. Djong Yun is not present anymore, but Daniel Fichelscher and Florian Fricke can still count on the collaboration of Al Gromer on sitar, plus the addition of Mathias von Tippelskirch on flute. Not even a single mention! And this year they just by-passed him once again! On offer here two different sleeves to chose from. Half of the copies will come in its original blue cover, as it was originally issued in Germany, the other half will be housed in the beautiful French sleeve, originally released as Coeur de Verre.