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“In The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner Die Grosse Exstase des Bildschnitzers Steiner, his subject is a champion ski-jumper, a man who is pushing back the frontiers of his sport.”
“None is more powerful than the ski-jumper Steiner, to whom Herzog gives an epigram, adapted from the Swiss writer Robert Walser: I should be all alone in this world.”
“Ah, yes; we all love Klaus Must be hard for him, going from an Olympic ski-jumper to a fish … Can you buy Alias DVDs for “research” and claim them as a “work expense”?”
“Vinko was the Slovenian ski-jumper from a distant decade (1970 to be precise), who took that horrific fall at some World Championship and became the painful embodiment of the agony of defeat.”
“And let's not forget Chariots of Fire (from the studio perspective) and Werner Herzog's short masterpiece from 1974, The Great Extasy of the Woodcutter Steiner, about a young ski-jumper (sky-flyer, he calls him) who talks as if he walked right out of Woyzeck and makes his living crafting wooden objects by hand.”
“IT'S BOTH A BLESSING and a curse that ski-jumper Masahiko (Happy) Harada is not a samurai-style sportsman.”
“In the pilot episode, he used to be a ski-jumper representing East Germany in the 1986 Winter Olympics.”
“When Boklöv, the Swedish ski-jumper changed the style from parallel skis to V-shaped position of the skis, he made it possible to jump much longer, but he also broke with the classic aesthetics of ski jumping link in Norwegian.”
“The modes of transportation have become ever-more outlandish - on skis, Oslo 1952; Skidoo, Calgary '88; and ski-jumper, Lillehammer '94.”
“There will be a ski-jumper type-performer doing some sort of through the rings of an Olympic logo.”
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