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  1. Signs of Life (German: Lebenszeichen) is a 1968 feature film written, directed, and produced by Werner Herzog. It was his first feature film, and his first major commercial and critical success. The story is roughly based on the short story "Der Tolle Invalide auf dem Fort Ratonneau" by Achim von Arnim .

    • July 5, 1968
  2. 9 de dic. de 1981 · Signs of Life: Directed by Werner Herzog. With Peter Brogle, Wolfgang Reichmann, Athina Zacharopoulou, Wolfgang von Ungern-Sternberg. Three wounded soldiers are removed from battle and given the task of looking after a fortress in a small coastal town.

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    • Drama
    • Werner Herzog
    • 1981-12-09
  3. Signs of Life (1968) directed by Werner Herzog • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd. 1968 ‘Lebenszeichen’ Directed by Werner Herzog. During World War II, three German soldiers are withdrawn from combat when one of them, Stroszek, is wounded. They are assigned to a small coastal community on the Greek island of Kos while Stroszek recuperates.

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    • Werner Herzog Filmproduktion
    • Werner Herzog
  4. Año: 1968. Título original: Lebenszeichen (Signs of Life). Sinopsis: Un paracaidista alemán herido de nombre Stroszek, es enviado a Kos, una tranquila ciudad de Creta, junto a su mujer Nora, una enfermera griega y otros dos soldados con heridas menores.

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    • Alemania del Oeste (RFA)
    • Thomas Mauch
    • Werner Herzog
  5. Signos de vida es una película dirigida por Werner Herzog con Peter Brogle, Wolfgang Reichmann. Sinopsis : Durante la segunda Guerra Mundial, tres soldados alemanes se retiran del combate cuando...

  6. Legendary German auteur Werner Herzog broke onto the international film scene at the age of 26 with his debut feature, Signs of Life. Winning the Silver Bear at Berlin, this story of a soldier going mad in battle laid the foundation for the curiosity and absurdism that would occupy his career.

  7. 10 de sept. de 2012 · Signs of Life. Film; Advertising. Time Out says. Herzog's first feature is his most conventional: three bored German soldiers spend the last months of the World War II occupation 'guarding' a ...