Bruno S

2 thoughts on “Bruno S”

  1. The story of Kasper Hauser first hit my imagination when I was very young, I read an item in a book -Ripley’s “Believe it or Not” which was I think an American illustrated book, comic style with all sorts of odd and quirky items, I think it has been serialised in some magazines and on TV. The film itself “The Enigma of …” is a curious and fascinating film, just as a film of Bruno S’s life would also be worth attempting.

    1. Yes – maybe Herzog himself will oblige – he did it for his old sparring-partner, Klaus Kinski. Though who else could play Bruno S?

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