This horrifying dystopian scene is Werner Herzog’s retelling of his experience at Trader Joe’s market which was actually written by Paul F. Tomkins in a satirical review intended to reflect Herzog’s less-than-cheery persona. Click here for an article on Tomkins and the review and Herzog’s reaction upon finding out about it. It’s not for the faint of heart or those with a fear of crowds, confined spaces or humanity in general. Werner wrote the review. I did the voice, sound design and ambient music. The performance is not an impression of Herzog, but was inspired by the fake review.
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Sara Daves endured challenges and tragedy on her path to discovering her true purpose – helping others find theirs. She’s a purpose coach, a meditation guide, a conflict resolution specialist and a manifesting facilitator. Sara believes that understanding one’s inner self is the first step on the path to walking in one’s divine purpose.
Available. Accessible. Escapist. Excellent. Informative. Intelligent. There’s really nothing like good television programming. This article highlights an important outlet and some of its greatest output. A coalescence of titles, talent, commentary, comedy, drama and dialogue. Feasts for the eyes, ears and mind. HBO has moved the genre and the platform forward for nearly half a century. Not beholden to likes or clicks or impressions, HBO created the standard by which they judge themselves. Thereby creating the standard by which all others are judged.I miss The Sopranos. SOURCE: