Man of Flowers is a 1983 Australian film about an eccentric, reclusive, middle-aged man, Charles Bremer, who enjoys the beauty of art, flowers, music and watching pretty women undress. Werner Herzog has a cameo role as Bremer's father. The film was directed by Paul Cox and was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1984 Cannes Film Festival.
|Norman Kaye||Charles Bremer / Charles|
|Werner Herzog||The Father / Charles' Father|
|Julia Blake||Art Teacher|
|Patrick Cook||Coppershop Man|
|Hilary Kelly||Charles' Mother / The Mother|
|James Stratford||Young Charles|