The Tin Drum (Die Blechtrommel) (1980)
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as Alfred Matzerath
as Agnes Matzerath
as Oskar Matzerath
as Jan Bronski
as Maria Matzerath
as Bebra midget
as Raswitha Raguna
as The Young Anna Kollaiczek
as Gauleiter Lobsack
as Gretchen Schemer
as Meyn the Musician
as Lina Graff
as Sigismund Markus
as Joseph Kollaiczek
as Miss Spollenhauer
as Clown #1
as Dr. Hollatz
as Private Lankes
as The Old Anna Kollaiczek
as Old Heilandt
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Critic Reviews for The Tin Drum (Die Blechtrommel)
Schlöndorff has a tendency to sketch the rest of the cast as simple grotesques or symbols of decadence that are unconvincingly humanized in the final third.
Walks a taut, high rope between doubles and split selves, docu-realism and surrealism, brutality and naïveté, sacred and profane, and history and myth, without falling into the safety net of childish fantasy. (It only falters in its final half-hour.)
Audience Reviews for The Tin Drum (Die Blechtrommel)
Well made but disturbing.
A little German boy decides to stop growing up at 3 and a half years old, then watches as Hitler rises to power. A classic comic nightmare about "little people's" acquiescence to Nazism.
Darkly humor, surrealism and controversial, Die Blechtrommel is a dazzing, entertaning and unique film that bring to us a great direction, just like the screenplay and David Bennent's performance. One of the best films that I ever saw and also one of the most shocking. Fresh.
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