Salt and Fire
Salt and Fire is about a mysterious hostage-taking where the leader of a small scientific delegation is deliberately stranded with two blind boys in an area of gigantic salt flats. Shot in Bolivia, the film stars Michael Shannon, Veronica Ferres and Gael García Bernal and was written and directed by Werner Herzog.
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April 07, 2017 In imbuing what might otherwise be a straight-forward environmental thriller with his signature sense of artistry, Herzog has succeeded in creating a film without parallel.Read in Source
Spirituality and Practice
April 10, 2017 A visionary director's creative and challenging look at an ecological disaster.Read in Source
JoBlo's Movie Emporium
April 07, 2017 A very peculiar misfire for Herzog, but still kinda interesting.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
April 06, 2017 Like something you peer at rather than absorb, "Salt and Fire" is both awful and a tad fascinating.Read in Source
April 05, 2017 Despite the bad acting, self-importance and general Herzogian ridiculousness, the director actually has a deep sense of beauty ...Read in Source
Common Sense Media
April 09, 2017 Usually a director of fascinating films and documentaries about humans clashing with their environments, director Werner Herzog delivers a misfire with this puzzling, uncentered drama.Read in Source
April 06, 2017 Werner Herzog's latest half-hearted return to narrative cinema is more excited by its stunning landscape than the life inside it.Read in Source
April 07, 2017 Looking just like a dressed-up Neil Breen joint, Salt and Fire becomes, at its best, Herzog's version of camp; at its worst, unwitting self-parody.Read in Source
April 05, 2017 A bad movie but an intriguing vacation slideshow ...Read in Source
April 08, 2017 The final reels are so compelling it's almost worth sitting through everything that came before. Almost.Read in Source
Cleveland Plain Dealer
April 28, 2017 Salt and Fire, you see, is well-made folly. And like cult camp classics of yore, it rolls out enough portent and absurdity to leave you snickering.Read in Source
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