The Tin Drum (1979) - Die Blechtrommel (Original Title)
  • Directors(s)

    Volker Schlöndorff

  • Production Year

    2021

  • Genre(s)

    War, Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    163m

Film

The Tin Drum (1979) - Die Blechtrommel (Original Title)

strong sex, violence, nudity, sexual violence

THE TIN DRUM is a German drama, from 1979, in which a boy living in the Free City of Danzig wills himself to stop growing after he reaches his third birthday.

  • Directors(s)

    Volker Schlöndorff

  • Production Year

    2021

  • Genre(s)

    War, Drama

  • Approx. running minutes

    163m

There are scenes of strong sex featuring thrusting detail and nudity.
A soldier rapes a woman; he is briefly seen thrusting into her. A woman hides a man under her skirt and it's implied that he's penetrated her without consent.
A man is shot by a soldier, with sight of blood spurts on impact. In the aftermath of violence, dead bodies are briefly seen lying in blood or with blood on their bodies. A dead man is shown dangling from a noose.
The are scenes of sexualised breast, buttock and genital nudity.
The film, set in Nazi occupied Poland, features discriminatory language and behaviour. In one scene a man calls a Jewish man a 'kike'.

  • Classified date

    27/11/2020

  • Language

    German