What makes you laugh?
Wille Felix Zante: Bad jokes, bad puns, especially those that take a little longer to understand. In most cases: the shorter, the better.
What have you always been wanting to do and why have you never done this so far?
Wille Felix Zante: Walking for several months through the country or drive by car, but then through the USA. "Don't dare" is probably the wrong word, I'm rather too lazy to tackle it.
Which person has influenced you most? And why?
Wille Felix Zante: Probably my parents. It is because of them that I am here, and through them I have had a stable home and support in my life, even if they may had different ideas for it.
You have the chance to become the Commissioner for the Disabled. What would you do first?
Wille Felix Zante: If the Office really did have power – I suppose that's not the case – I would knock on the door of the people who wrote the Cookie Directive or the DSGVO (the German basic data protection regulation, editor's note) to draft and whip through the same for an Accessibility Act. So that you have to click away 100 times "Yes, I understood that this film has no subtitles" in the cinema. You can do that in a similar way for other barriers. In the stairwell, for example, when there is no elevator: "This step is not accessible. OK? Neither is this one. OK? Neither is this one. OK?" And so on and so forth. That would be nice.