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And More Herzog

From the Village Voice:

During a post-screening Q&A at Sundance this year, an audience
member accused Werner Herzog of having ridiculed the title character in
the filmmaker’s
Grizzly Man. Herzog offered to duke it out. “I
was instantly furious,” said the director. “I challenged him to meet me
in the men’s room for a fistfight. Of course, in Bavaria, you meet for
a fistfight in the men’s room, but here it has a different connotation.
I should have said, ‘I’ll meet you in the alley.’ Or the parking lot .
. . “

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