Actually, Munich Commissioners Ivo Batic (Miroslav Nemec) and Franz Leitmayr (Udo Wachtveitl) have long since completed the case for the murder of a Romanian prostitute. But in the condemnation of...

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postato da adwefer il 12/05/2017
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Actually, Munich Commissioners Ivo Batic (Miroslav Nemec) and Franz Leitmayr (Udo Wachtveitl) have long since completed the case for the murder of a Romanian prostitute. But in the condemnation of the murderer Batic doubt. He reintroduces the investigations once more, is actually troublesome - and thus provides for a concatenation of fatal events with far too many deaths. In addition, Batic has a personal relationship with the affected Puff leader Harry (Robert Palfrader).
Because the movie is nice to watch. Director and screenwriter Max Färberböck staged the series with camera settings, which are otherwise seldom seen in a "crime scene". Already the beginning sequence with fast-cut moods for the song "Murder me Rachael" by The National looks more like an indie rock video at the beginning of the Nuller years. Later, drug consumption and violence are shown in a slow-paced version of Tarantino, followed by "Praxis of Love" by Hamburg-based school band A Tribe Called Knarf. Benny (Fack Ju Göhte - star Max von der Groeben) and Mia (Mercedes Mueller) also get their own little road movie in the film, including country song and cool accessories like wig and changing escape cars.
The case. This is much too nested and is not clearer by the artistically breathed pictures. On the contrary. Even if the video clip sequences are beautiful to look at - they do not advance the tension curve, and so you lose the thread and the interest in the happening as a viewer quickly. Who now and how and why for which death was responsible, is in the end scarcely to be unraveled.
Nemec and Wachtveitl have already been in Munich for 25 years, but Ulrike Folkerts, aka Lena Odenthal Wigsen.com, has been working in the "Tatort" family in Ludwigshafen. The Bavarian investigators with the almost identical white hair splendor are regarded as one of the most popular "crime scene" teams. And also in "Mia san now where it hurts" her friendship comes casually, her dialect is typically Bavarian, her acting solid. The jubilee will only be discussed on the outskirts: the team is striking - but with espresso from cardboard cups and not with "g'schissenem champagne" (O-tone Leitmayr).