Herzog film captures life atop planet’s largest freshwater preserve

TRAVERSE CITY, Michigan – In Werner Herzog’s filmic journey to Antarctica, he engages a geographically marginalized society of marine biologists, physicists, plumbers, and truck drivers to understand the nuanced drama of their lives atop, within, and beneath the South Pole’s vast freshwater freeze. The Philadelphia Inquirer calls Encounters at the End of the World “a contrarian spiritual journey as provocative as it is hypnotic.” View the trailer. Read more here.

Source: Traverse City Film Festival

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