Two rarely seen early shorts provide the context for Herzog's acclaimed first major feature film, Signs of Life. Set during the Nazi occupation of Greece, Signs of Life is a strange and affecting reflection on the absurdity of war. A German soldier goes mad, locks himself in a fortress, and shoots fireworks at the town square, killing a donkey.
$10 general; $8 SFMOMA members, students, and seniors. Tickets are available at the Museum (with no surcharge) or online. Ticket includes all three films.