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Tin Drum, The (Supplement Disc) (Criterion) (1979)

ID: 32632
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Starring: Mario Adorf Angela Winkler David Bennent Katharina Thalbach Daniel Olbrychski
Director: Volker Schlondorff
Category: Drama Documentary
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Video: Standard1.33:1Color
Audio: GERMAN:DolbyDigital5.1
Subtitles: English
Length: 142 mins
Release Date: 2004-05-18
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Danzig, Germany, 1924. Oskar Matzerath is born with an intellect beyond his infancy. As he witnesses the hypocrisy of adulthood and the irresponsibility of society, Oskar rejects both, and, at his third birthday, refuses to grow older. Caught in a baffling state of perpetual childhood, Oskar lashes out at all he surveys with piercing screams and frantic poundings on his tin drum, while the unheeding, chaotic world marches onward to the madness and folly of World War II. Honored with the Palme d



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