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"Tatort" today with Ulrich Tukur: "Murot and the Law of Karma" in a quick check


After the murder in a hotel, the inspector is confronted with the minus on his karma account: This "crime scene" is not only a festival for hobby philosophers and part-time Buddhists.

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Inspector Murot (Ulrich Tukur) with bar acquaintance (Anna Unterberger): Fate will have its reasons

Photo: HR

The scenario:

Always drama with karma.

Inspector Murot (Ulrich Tukur) is stunned and robbed by a young stranger with knockout drops over a few glasses of red wine at the hotel bar - only to wake up in a murder case that confronts him with what is probably the biggest mistake in his own past.

And what else is it about?

About a ventriloquist who deals guns.

About a hit wreck that raves about the eighties.

And about ballet music that encourages murder.

The highlight:

Destiny will have its reasons.

Says Voltaire.

And in this cheerful and elegant crime thriller, all sorts of entertaining detours take you deep into the red in the inspector's karma account.

A big festival not only for hobby philosophers and part-time Buddhists!

The picture:

The smile of the past: In this memory »crime scene«, a young woman from yesterday greets us, who winks at the apparently in love person behind the camera on grainy Super 8 material.

The dialogue:

Murot and his colleague Wächter (Barbara Philipp) interrogate a suspicious braggart from the financial industry, who has exhibited an installation consisting of a Buddha mask and a small golden ball in his office.

The inspector fiddles with the part and the ball rolls away.

Investment Manager: “It used to be a golf ball.

It's fascinating what happens in an artist's head.

›The Buddha and the Tiger‹.

A work from the year 2001. I once bought it for 3000 dollars.

Now it's worth $300,000 thousand."

Inspector Wächter: »Great increase in value.

You know how it goes - what?'

The music:

»Estancia op 8« by Alberto Ginastera.

While a concert recording of the Argentine composer's ballet is shown on television, a man is tortured and choked.

Because the tormentor is so moved by the second scene of Ginastera's work, he accidentally kills his victim.

After this dramatic music - as always recorded by the HR Rundfunkorchester at the Hessian "Tatort" - Khruangin's Exotica sound, which comes into its own across the board, ensures relaxation.

The review:

9 out of 10 points.

Sick, emotional, makes you happy: After grotesque westerns, time loops and doppelgangers, Tukur's inspector Murot shows his most vulnerable and human side.

The analysis:

Please read on here!

»Crime scene: Murot and the law of karma«,

Sunday, 8:15 p.m., Das Erste

Source: spiegel

All life articles on 2022-09-25

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