“The good in the pot, the bad in the harvest”

Christoph Bach, who can be seen in ARD’s Christmas Tale, was particularly impressed by “Cinderella” as a child. “To this day, when I see pigeons sitting in the tree, I still sometimes suddenly get the‘ Search, there’s blood in the shoe ’through my head. So ‘Cinderella’ seems to have moved me a lot and also bothered me a bit, ”said Bach (” No one pushes us away “) from the German Press Agency.

Which bothered many as children. is the slow soup. Where is the connection? Right, the lenses are also a theme in “Cinderella”. What is it about when Grimm’s fairy tale “Cinderella” says, “The good go to the pot, the bad go to the harvest”? That’s right, it’s about lenses. “The good ones in the pot, the bad ones in the harvest” are not about carrots, beans and corn. However, some children are also bothered by these three foods.

“But it also comforted me how the animals helped the lonely girl endure these cruel and senseless punishments. I mean, just the endless picking of lentils from the ashes! That lowered me as a child. “

He himself likes to read to a small audience, the 44-year-old said. “Sure, but sometimes I skip some passages or try to rewrite them quickly. Of course some kids notice that and protest. As if they felt something was downplayed. Then of course we also talk about when these stories were created. And she’s very interested to hear how children used to live and how much harder it was for them here. “

In the ARD children’s film “The Tale of the 12 Months”, Bach plays the month of February. “It’s certainly not one of my favorite months. That’s also February’s big problem in the film. He feels unloved and oscillates between megalomania and feelings of inferiority. “

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