Acclaimed documentarian Werner Herzog takes an unsparing look at the death penalty in his new film, 'Into the abyss.'
“Sometimes you have to create the abyss so it can be filled with something,” he said.
Hurd went on to produce such films as Aliens, The abyss, Terminator 2, and a long string of action projects.
They are more often than not kids who are the twin brothers of the fabulous traders who led Wall Street to the abyss.
At one point he fell down a crevasse and was left dangling in the abyss from a rope, up which he dragged his disintegrating body.
The thought of her was life and death in his frame, bright heaven and the abyss.
Do you know to what an abyss I was dragging you, poor angel?
Well for me it was not the abyss which yawns at the end of Pillar Hall.
The life they had nourished was dropping into the abyss out of ken—they remained.
In its palmy days people were only speculating upon the borders of an abyss which had not yet opened visibly before them.
late 14c., earlier abime (c.1300, from a form in Old French), from Late Latin abyssus "bottomless pit," from Greek abyssos (limne) "bottomless (pool)," from a- "without" (see a- (2)) + byssos "bottom," possibly related to bathos "depth."