Incident at Loch Ness

Boorman’s Deliverance ends the way this begins.

Herzog on “ecstatic truth”, a kind of poetic justice.

Pre-production dinner (cp. Eastwood’s White Hunter Black Heart).

Herzog at Pink’s.

Inverness Airport, where the portal reads, “NORCOM... Welcome to the Highlands”, an odd echo of Frankenheimer’s Seven Days in May.

John Bailey’s Herzog in Wonderland (only the digital camera survives, and the crew).

Herzog’s The Enigma of Loch Ness, an abandoned production.

The Spielberg parody is very grand (Jeff Goldblum is a dinner guest).

Herzog’s producer is apt to remind one of Gavin MacLeod in Blake Edwards’ The Party.

“And I only am escaped alone to tell thee.”