March 20th, the Egyptian Theatre (6712 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA 90028) will feature a Klaus Kinski Double Feature: Nosferatu, The Vampyre (1979) and Cobra Verde (1987)
Nosferatu, The Vampyre, 1979, is an homage to Murnau’s 1922 classic, Herzog’s Nosferatu that achieves its own hypnotic power by evoking a romantic past, aided by the eerie sensuality of Klaus Kinski’s performance. In German with English subtitles.
In Cobra Verde, 1987, Klaus Kinski plays the ruthless bandit Cobra Verde, who is banished to Africa and finds himself the only white man in a hostile environment. After enduring excruciating torture, he rallies to form a guerrilla army. Director Werner Herzog’s last artistic collaboration with Kinski.
Werner Herzog will appear for discussion following the double feature.
Here’s the trailer for Nosferatu, The Vampyre:
You can purchase tickets through Fandango here: Nosferatu, The Vampyre
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