In this Radio Winden, the Dark Three read an email that brings into question who Katharina is by the end of the series, and dive into some interesting comparisons in the composition of the final dinner.

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Radio Winden – Katharina, Not Katharina

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In this Radio Winden, the Dark Three read an email that brings into question who Katharina is by the end of the series, and dive into some interesting comparisons in the composition of the final dinner.

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  • Dear Ladies of Dark:

    Feel free to read this if you like.

    I watched Dark over the holiday break with my two college-aged children. We all thought it was great, though the first 2-3 episodes felt more like work. I have been interested in Nietzche’s idea of Eternal Return since reading Milan Kundera’s “The Unbearable Lightness of Being” ages ago in college.

    I love listening to your podcast, because it almost feels like watching again.

    I have am only about 4 pod episodes in, so perhaps you discuss this: we are Jewish. My kids and I throughout the series kept wondering, “what about the Nazis.” My name is Hannah – pronounced Ho-nah – like the poor, wretched Hannah of “Dark.” I am named after a cousin of my grandfather, who died in Auschwitz. My Jewish-German grandfather was able to escape to South America, and later the US right before the War. The impact of Nazis on Germany, German life, the German people, cannot be overstated. Obviously, for me, it is impossible to watch a German show without the reminder.

    I noted that the 33 year cycles (conveniently ?) skirt the War. The only reference we really get is the rape that may gave produced Helge Doppler. Do you have any thoughts on this? Was it just too much to deal with in this show, that was already tackling big issues anyway?

    I am looking forward to listening to the rest of your episodes!