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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