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The Frankfurt "crime scene" in a quick check


Honey, they infiltrated our family! The new "crime scene" tells of a small secret service cell on the outskirts of Frankfurt. Sarcastic, plastic, cool.

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Commissioner Janneke (Margarita Broich) in conversation with Raymond Fisher (Kai Scheve): Agent or just a normal family man?

Photo: Bettina Müller / HR

The scenario:

Deep-frying and infiltration.

During the investigation into the murder of a high school student, Janneke (Margarita Broich) and Brix (Wolfram Koch) get to know the Fishers, an almost normal Frankfurt suburban family.

Because father and mother spy for the CIA.

Cooking takes place in the kitchen, while the enemy is bugged in the cellar via shortwave.

Daughter Emily (Emilia Bernsdorf) soon no longer knows what is real about her parents or an agent legend.

The highlight:

The family here is a secret service cell where everyone seems to be cheating on everyone.

The family drama is consistently superimposed on the espionage plot in this formally strong "crime scene" - and vice versa.

You know from the US series "The Americans", but also convinces in the German version of your own home.

The picture:

Brix gets on the e-scooter for a chase.

At the beginning of the "crime scene" you saw the policeman annoyed trying to unlock something like that via the app - only to kick four of them to the ground after failure.

Curse and blessing of the e-scooter spread, first discussed in detail in the TV crime thriller.

The dialogue:

Janneke and Brix sit with their assistant Jonas - those responsible for the "crime scene" forgot to give him a surname - in the police station and ponder the suspicious family.

Then this exchange of blows:

Janneke: "When we were at Gretchen Fisher's very first time, she took the TV off the power, even though it wasn't on."

Jonas: "Of course, I'll do that too. Everyone does that who doesn't want to be bugged."

Brix: "You have to explain that to me exactly."

Jonas: "People, who do I work with here. You can listen to networked televisions via the microphone. They have been doing that for years."

The song:

"Kill Master" by David Benaroch and Philippe Falcao.

This robotically presented Power Metal fits perfectly into a specially composed frosty soundtrack.

The review:

8 out of 10 points.

A sarcastic and plastic thriller about intelligence lies and family abysses.

Honey, they infiltrated our family!

The analysis:

Read on here!

"Tatort: ​​Funkstille",

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Source: spiegel

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