Into the Inferno

Documentaries, 2016, 107 minutes
Into the Inferno
With stunning views of eruptions and lava flows, Werner Herzog captures the raw power of volcanoes and their ties to indigenous spiritual practices.
The documentaries Into the Inferno is a Netflix Original and was released in 2016 and lasts 107 minutes. Oscar nominee Werner Herzog directs this absorbing documentary about the geologic and cultural impact of volcanoes. Parental guidance suggested Into the Inferno is available on Netflix in Ultra HD/4K quality as long as you have the right Netflix membership plan This documentaries is Cerebral.

Into the Inferno on IMDB

Score: 7.2 of the 10

Into the Inferno is a movie starring Werner Herzog, Maurice Krafft, and Clive Oppenheimer. An exploration of active volcanoes around the world.



Audio and subtitles

Audio: English - Audio Description;German
Subtitles: French;Spanish;English;Traditional Chinese;German;Dutch

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