What would you choose to iconify the 20th century, a period of change defined by war, peace, exploration, introspection? Let’s start with a masterpiece of literature that became a staple of cinematic history: Die Blechtrommel, or The Tin Drum, written by Günter Grass and filmed by Volker Schlöndorff. We talk to the director himself, four decades after his Academy Award victory.
Music: ‘Eggs and Powder’, ‘Luper’ and ‘Remsen’ by Blue Dot Sessions
Podcast Production: Caspar Stalenhoef