This is an interesting marriage…. the music of Juno Reactor and cuts from the German film ‘Aguirre, der Zorn Gottes’ AKA ‘Aguirre: The Wrath of God’ starring Klaus Kinski. Klaus was notorious for having a short temper, and the director is said to have goaded him during the weeks of filming in the jungle. Klaus was so angry at one time he shot a gun into a tent where some of the crew were playing cards, he shot the finger off of one of the grips. During the raft sequence the raft with the cameras got swept downstream away from the other rafts and nearly went over a waterfall… and I suppose Klaus was steaming the whole time. But the surly, bitter-faced Kinski was a professional, and he pushed himself to complete the project, and his dour mood certainly brings a sense of hopeless frustration, and a melancholy loneliness to the film.