Happy People: A Year in the Taiga
Happy People: A Year in the Taiga Co-Directed by Werner Herzog
This 2010 documentary examines the lives of the 300 people who inhabit the village of Bakhtia, a remote Russian village only accessible by helicopter or boat. With his insightful narration, Werner Herzog pulls you into the world of a Siberian trapper, following him through four seasons. Directed by Dmitry Vasyukov and Herzog, A Year in the Taiga
takes a profound look at life on the Yenisei River, allowing you to ponder an indigenous culture deep in the heart of Siberia.
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“Gorgeous! A Herzogian rumination on life lived at the extremes” —New York Magazine
“Spectacular! You don’t want to miss Happy People on the big screen.” —Boston Herald
2010. Werner Herzog and Dmitry Vasyukov. 94 mins. Germany.
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