A literary-musical dialogue. Open Air.
Harry Haller is a man who has everything but wants none of it. Inaccessible and cerebral, he wants so much more. Harry feels himself to be both a cultured man and an instinct-led wolf. At times he is a citizen, at times a hermit, he is a dependent and a free spirit. A torn werewolf soul. And he is a representative of the social phenomena that increasingly afflict us in the 21st century. Hardly any time has been as complicated and schizophrenic as this one. Despite rapidly increasing possibilities of communication, people are becoming lonelier, hearts harder. Opinion becomes a theater of war. It is not surprising that many people are completely helpless in the face of the supposed possibilities and freedoms that they can hardly manage to grow into mentally.
This novel is performed by Sascha Rotermund, actor and one of Germany's most sought-after audio book interpreters and dubbing actors (including the German voice for Benedict Cumberbatch, Jon Hamm and Omar Sy), and the virtuoso jazz trumpeter Christian Meyers. Both combine in this adaptation to a literary-musical dialogue.