Elvis Mitchell Talks “Bad Lieutenant” with Werner Herzog

Werner Herzog, one of Germany’s finest living directors, has a new film out, The Bad Lieutenant (watch trailers here), which has a loose relationship with Abel Ferrara’s own Bad Lieutenant from 1992. The new film, starring Nicolas Cage and Eva Mendes, gets reviewed by A.O. Scott in the New York Times. And now a former Times film critic, Elvis Mitchell, sits down with Herzog and talks about his “anarchist” noir film set in New Orleans. The interview was aired by KCRW in LA and can be downloaded in several formats here, or streamed right below. And, film fans, don’t forget to check out our new collection of free movies online. (It now includes about 120 individual films, and lists 35 sites where you can watch free movies online.)

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