In this episode we analyze Theodor Storm's "Der Schimmelreiter"/"The Rider on the White Horse" (1888). As typical for novels of this literary period, we take a look at the relationship of the individual and society, the role of nature, the role of the woman and symbolic meanings. Language: German
The second episode dealing with the literature period of German Realism focuses on Theodor Fontane and his novel "Effi Briest". Language: German
This audio episode of FLAp Podcast is the beginning of a series of German audio episodes on German literature. FLAp Podcast had a 1,5-year-long break due to personal reasons of its host Andrea. We are now back with this German literature audio series before FLAp Podcast will return to its original live video episodes with interviews, discussions etc.
Our first episode on German poetic Realism focuses on the cultural and political premises for this particular literature period and mentions its characteristics.
Douglas Soesbe, writer of BOULEVARD, ROBIN WILLIAMS' last dramatic film, will be our special guest for our 3rd FLAp Podcast episode. Join us when Mr. Soesbe talks about the story behind the script and the making of the film, as well as about Robin's performance.
Host Andrea Oberheiden-Brent discusses further aspects of Robin Williams' last dramatic movie BOULEVARD with co-host Jens J. Reinke. Topics include the automobile and personal habits as representative devices for a character, the relationhips between Nolan & Joy and Nolan & Winston, as well as the drugdealer's character Eddie.
Our first FLAp Podcast episode is dedicated to the late Robin Williams. We take a look at his last dramatic performance in a fictional film and give a character study of the film's two main characters. We further discuss Robin Williams' performance as well as the film's cinematography.