In tackling what he refers to as the “greatest film ever made in Germany,” Werner Herzog brought a crew of less than 20 people to the Netherlands to shoot his own version of Murnau’s Nosferatu (1922). He cast Klaus Kinski and Isabelle Adjani the lead roles and can be seen working with both of them in this exceptional bit of video from the production. Herzog, as always, is an eccentric and fascinating personality to behold (and there are some risible moments here regarding the director’s notoriously physical directing style), but Kinski also happens to be featured as a main talking head.