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Rated NR · 110 minutes · 1974

Drama

German director Werner Herzog's internationally acclaimed breakthrough film is based on the famous story of mysterious 19th-century child genius Kasper Hauser. As played by Bruno S., Hauser shows up unannounced in the middle of a village square, frightening the populace with his bizarre behavior. He cannot talk, nor is there any indication of his parentage, thus Kaspar is immediately the object of close scrutiny from the authorities. When he finally does develop the power of speech, he reveals a highly advanced state of intelligence, as well as a seeming gift of prophecy. The winner of the 1975 Grand Jury prize at the Cannes Film Festival, Every Man for Himself and God Against All was originally released in Germany under the title Jeder für Sich und Gott Gegen Alle.~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide

Director: Werner Herzog
Writer: Werner Herzog
Producer: Werner Herzog
Cast: Bruno S., Walter Ladengast, Brigitte Mira, Willy Semmelrogge, Michael Kroecher, Hans Musaeus, Gloria Doer, Volker Prechtel, Herbert Achternbusch and Wilhelm Bayer

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