Director Fatih Akin on His Controversial Film ‘The Golden Glove’ and Jonas Dassler, Berlin’s Biggest Discovery

The graphic depiction of the gross deeds of ‘70s German serial killer Fritz Honka murdering women and dismembering their bodies in Fatih Akin’s movie The Golden Glove left Berlin Festival audiences in shock. What was the celebrated Hamburg-born director of Turkish parents thinking? He’d won the Golden Bear for Head-On in 2004 and had recently attracted worldwide praise for In The Fade, his 2016 film with Diane Kruger who won a best actress Golden Globe after returning to her native German language. It was important to hear what the affable Akin had to say about taking …
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