Odenthal (Ulrike Folkerts) with suspect: murder with a baseball bat
Photo: Benoit Linder / SWR
73 cents was enough to enrage the narcissist Antoine.
Because that was the missing amount for a bottle of schnapps that the owner of a late-night purchase refused to give him, the old man had to die behind the cash register.
Antoine, the young man with pathological self-love, struck the other with a baseball bat, hurt in his vanity, and stuck the exact amount in coins down his neck.
In our review we wrote: »The investigators diagnose Antoine's narcissistic disorder immediately after the first encounter and in this way safely guide the audience past all pathological expectations of the perpetrator.
It is precisely in the narcissist's manipulative techniques that his seductive power lies: if you love yourself like that, you could believe that you have to have reasons for it.
This gives rise to the attraction of this disease, which repeatedly gives the self-infatuated patient a friendly environment.
As a viewer, one would get much closer to the devastating power of narcissism if one could succumb to at least part of the plot.
But if you don't, you know after a few minutes: This level of self-love is criminal. «We gave 5 out of 10 points.
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Lisa Bitter has now established herself alongside Ulrike Folkerts as an actress with equal rights in Ludwigshafen's »Tatort«, and her role in the current episode was even a bit bigger.
In general, it is currently on a good run and can be seen in a number of interesting and risk-taking series and films.
Starting in May, Bitter will play a young mother in the ZDFneo production "Schlafschafe" who is beginning to believe in conspiracy theories.