The Tin Drum evaluation action

2022-02-02 08:13
"Blechtrommel, Die" shows the life of the German wartime petty citizens in an epic and magnificent pattern. It is a film that sees the big from the small. Although the film is full of "bad taste" descriptions, these "Xia Sanlu" clips do not make people sad or uncomfortable, but bring a layer of absurd irony effect. Although critics have mixed reviews of the original novel, the reviews for the film have been unanimous. The film is considered to be a political film that hit the heart of the National Socialist German Workers' Party in Germany, a "breakthrough in contemporary German cinema" and one of the greatest anti-National Socialist German Workers' Party films in film history.  
"Blechtrommel, Die" is not a melodramatic film, it has a strong tendency to criticize and reflect. The film uses absurd and non-rational methods to make the audience feel the deep thinking of the director's fate, from which they can perceive a certain philosophy of life.
The characters in Blechtrommel, Die are extremely exaggerated, and the entire film is filled with similar scenes. This absurd, exaggerated performance and plot make the film seem extremely rich.  
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Extended Reading
  • Sophia 2022-03-26 09:01:14

    The first few minutes made me happy (I admit, I rewinded it twice), and it seems that the so-called "sexy" is universally applicable. Absurdity from start to finish, throughout. It's nerve-wracking. It is said that the original work is more exciting, but unfortunately it is a big tome. I don’t know if I can have the patience to read it.

  • Carley 2022-03-26 09:01:14

    To be honest I'm quite disappointed...

The Tin Drum quotes

  • Agnes Matzerath: Don't expect me to touch your eels.

    Alfred Matzerath: Don't put on airs.

    Agnes Matzerath: I'll never eat fish again. Certainly not eels.

    Alfred Matzerath: You've always eaten them, and you knew where they came from!

  • Bebra: You must join us, you must!

    Oskar Matzerath: You know, Mr. Bebra... to tell the truth, I prefer to be a member of the audience, and let my little art flower in secret.

    Bebra: My dear Oskar, trust an experienced colleague. Our kind must never sit in the audience. Our kind must perform and run the show, or the others will run *us*. The others are coming. They will occupy the fairgrounds, they will stage torchlight parades, build rostrums, fill the rostrums, and from those rostrums preach our destruction.

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