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The latest documentary essay from one of the medium’s most distinctive voices—in both senses—Werner Herzog (Aguirre, Wrath of God, Grizzly Man), Lo and Behold, Reveries of the Connected World explores the digital landscape and virtual world, beginning with the origins of the Internet in the 1960s. Herzog shuffles from topic to topic as he ruminates on a wide range of interconnected subjects that include artificial intelligence, Internet addiction, and the world’s most famous hacker. As always, Herzog’s latest is more concerned with asking provocative, if at times obscure, questions than is in finding answers—questions like whether the Internet will start dreaming of itself. Lo and Behold is at once a deeply human meditation and a disquieting look into our technological universe.
Director Werner Herzog 2016 United States 98 minutes NR DCP