If hearing the names Klaus Kinski and Werner Herzog in the same breath prompts an evil chuckle, then you're the person for whom this film was made. Herzog and Kinski made five films together between 1972 and 1987 (Kinski died in 1991), each pairing more
tempestuous than the one before. Polish-born actor Kinski was as famous for his terrifying rages as his brilliantly moody performances; German director Herzog, apparently mild-mannered, was so provoked by Kinski's lunacy that he once thought seriously of fire-bombing Kinski's home. "Every gray
hair on my head I call Kinski," he says ruefully. Herzog's documentary opens with footage of Kinski performing a one-man sho...