Top 100 Most Anticipated Films of 2011: Bela Tarr's The Turin Horse

#52. The Turin Horse Director: Béla Tarr Writer(s): Tarr and László KrasznahorkaiProducers: Gábor TéniDistributor: Rights Available. The Gist: Freely inspired by an episode that marked the end of philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche’s career. On January 3,1889, on the piazza Alberto in Turin, a weeping Nietzsche flung his arms around an exhausted and ill-treated carriage horse, then lost consciousness.....(more) Cast: Volker Spengler, János Derzsi and Erika Bók. Why is it on the list?: It's moved up several spots from last year's 33 position and this might have to do with the fact we've learned absolutely nothing about the project over the course of 12 months. You have to be impressed by how tight-lipped they've been about this being his last picture. Release Date/Status?: It wasn't ready for Cannes last year, and you can be sure he's had enough time in post to complete the picture for this coming May.
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