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Werner Herzog's documentary brings Siberian village out of frozen solitude

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Every documentary could use the Werner Herzog touch. No one makes nonfiction films that are more insightful and more entertaining than the German writer-director. His latest work, "Happy People: A Year in the Taiga," proves the point. Herzog took a four-hour made-for-Russian-television documentary on the way of life of the 300 people living in Bakhta, a village near the Yenisei River deep...