The Wild Blue Yonder

The Wild Blue Yonder

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The Wild Blue Yonder is a science fiction film by the German director Werner Herzog, released in 2005. It has been presented at the 62nd Venice Film Festival, where it was awarded the FIPRESCI Prize. It went on to screen in competition at the Mar del Plata Film Festival and the Sitges Film Festival, it won "Carnet Jove - Special Mention" at the latter. Most of the film consists of recontextualized documentary footage which is overlaid with fictional (sometimes fantastical) narration. This technique was used in Herzog's earlier film Lessons of Darkness.

<!-- Deleted image removed: -->The film is about an extraterrestrial (played by Brad Dourif) who came to Earth several decades ago from a water planet (The Wild Blue Yonder), after it suffered through an ice age. His narration reveals that the aliens have tried through the years to form a community on our planet, though without great success.

The alien also tells the story of a space mission he became aware of after finding a job with the CIA. In the late 90s, he says, the debris from the Roswell UFO crash was unearthed and examined. The scientists falsely believed that they had contracted an infectious alien disease from the debris, and an exploratory mission was launched to Blue Yonder (represented with archival footage from STS-34 and Henry Kaiser's diving expedition in Antarctica) in order that a new, uninfected human colony might be created there. After deciding Blue Yonder was suitable for human...
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