The kernel of the piece is that Werner Herzog, a director of German extraction with a taste for the singular, if not bizarre (Fitzcarraldo), is living in L.A. and planning a documentary about a search for the Loch Ness monster that will be co-produced by Zak Penn, a writer (Suspect Zero) debuting on this project as director. But Herzog plays the fictional part of the film's director. Okay, so we have a film about a film being made. Herzog brings his favorite cameraman, Gabriel Beristain (S.W.A.T., Blade II) into the creative mix as he and Penn plan the venture.
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