Extra In "Die Blechtrommel"
Extra is a fictional individual from the films, Die Blechtrommel. Extra is performed by Beata Pozniak.
What are the differences among the Theatrical Version and the German tv Version?
In Germany a slightly extraordinary version may be seen on television. Here, numerous scenes got extended in comparison to the Theatrical Version. Sometimes trade cloth became used, whereas the television version misses out components of Oskar's voice-over.
What are the differences between the Theatrical Version and the Director's Cut?
In 2009, director Schlöndorff turned into approached by employers of the "Geyer Kopierwerke" in Berlin, regarding destiny handling the authentic negatives (60000 meters of pictures on 200 film cans) which were nevertheless stored there. Subsequently, Schlöndorff had any other take a look at the photos, which, through his personal admission, was nonetheless within relatively superb shape. Without further ado, he consulted the script and reconstructed all the scenes which have been then reduce in the hobby of time, but, in keeping with him, would match within the movie very well now. Concerning the picture first-rate, there's luckily no brilliant distinction to whinge about. In 2010 this Director's Cut, now providing nearly 20 mins of latest footage, was released on DVD/Blu-ray in Germany.
Beata Pozniak Net Worth as Extra
Beata Pozniak envisioned Net Worth, Salary, Income. How wealthy is Beata Pozniak after performed as Extra.
Beata Pozniak's salary of collaborating within Die Blechtrommel is $25.5K .
It is an approximate forecast of ways wealthy is Beata Pozniak.
Die Blechtrommel STORY
Danzig in the 1920s/1930s. Oskar Matzerath, son of a local dealer, is a most unusual boy. Equipped with full intellect right from his birth he decides at his third birthday not to grow up as he sees the crazy world around him at the eve of World War II. So he refuses the society and his tin drum symbolizes his protest against the middle-class mentality of his family and neighborhood, which stand for all passive people in Nazi Germany at that time. However, (almost) nobody listens to him, so the catastrophe goes on...