3)Father and Son
If anyone of you got to read Werner's book it would become clear to you, that all these stories about Till's screwed up relation with his father are totally far-fetched and exaggerated. Yes, they would have a fight every once in a while. Yes, his Dad would keep telling him how to live his life, and yes, Till objected, Till answered back, he wanted to make his on way, he would rebuff his Dad's remarks and tell him to jerk off. But for God's sake. He was NINETEEN at the time! I remember those days when I was a teenager, these kinds of verbal fights and quarrels with my parents were on a regular basis.
How come that people never bother to mention such *unimportant, irrevelant details* like Werner taking care of his son, sick with high fever, Till carrying heavy things for his Dad, Till saving a puppy from death and giving him to his parent as a birthday present, father and son taking long strolls in the woods and planting trees, listening to music? (Till even got his Dad to listen to Scorpions) Werner covering his sleeping boy with the blankie? Werner himself would give a lot of thoughts about their relationship, also analysing his own...