In the new Cologne crime scene, Max Ballauf is traumatized and takes the action to a psychiatric clinic.
The new Cologne crime scene tells of two people with rather bad mental health problems, and one of them is Max Ballauf. The episode of June 2019 was called "Broken", in which the patrolwoman Melanie Sommer (Anna Brüggemann) was shot by Ballauf before she (still) can kill anyone. Now she appears to him everywhere, even when swimming, even under water, anyway at the shooting range, where he has to kill her again, so to speak. Even the very thick-skinned Jütte, Roland Riebeling, is now worried about Max. But he just doesn't want to talk about it. Right at the beginning of “Gefangen” you have to imagine that he just kept silent about the psychologist Lydia Rosenberg, Juliane Köhler, for 40 minutes. Anyway, she checked her watch.
TV criticism of the Cologne crime scene "prisoner" on the ARD: investigation and private problems
The German-Polish "police call 110" has just done it excessively and awkwardly: The investigation overlaps with the private problems of the commissioner, what a coincidence. Now Christoph Wortberg, book, at least crosses the events more plausibly.
Frida-Lovisa Hamann is the completely unfree Julia Frey, who is stuck in the closed department of a psychiatric clinic because of schizophrenic psychosis. When Ballauf and Freddy Schenk, Klaus J. Behrendt and Dietmar Bär arrive, because during the night the chief doctor was shot in his house, Julia threatens to swallow a razor blade. Ballauf can amazingly quickly convince her to give it to him.
The new # crime scene of the Cologne commissioners - today at 8:15 p.m. in the first.
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Crime scene "Caught" on the ARD: "You are afraid of losing control" - TV criticism
So the two have a special relationship. In the course of which Julia can get rid of im-dozen-cheaper sentences like "life is cruel", "you are afraid of losing control" or, when it comes to being locked up: "and you (are) in yours Head". The latter, if someone should not have noticed in front of the screen that another hospital patient had just said to Ballauf: "The real prison is up here" - and tapped his head. (Is this a secret quarantine crime scene? Should we also reflect?)
Crime scene "prisoner"
ARD, Sun 17.05.2020, 8.15 p.m.
Relatively economical, but atmospheric, Isa Prahl staged what could have been a much better crime scene overall if not everything had been said so often that it is guaranteed to be understood. Because in the background there is a (family) story about renunciation and the desire for your own life. Julia's older sister, a disgraced Kyra Sophia Kahre, took care of the mentally ill teenager after the parents' accidental death. Finally got to know a man, married, love has even stayed over the years - but over the years Julia was always the third wheel on the car.
TV criticism - Cologne crime scene "caught" on the ARD: Freddy Schenk gives the kitchen psychologist
Casual, but it's not too casual, is told by a young woman who was raped. Above all, she doesn't have to pretend that she will soon put it away. While Freddy Schenk, giving the kitchen psychologist, asks Max Ballauf to "finally check it out". Whatever Commissioner Ballauf does in the end, quite suddenly, but you're in Cologne after all. Where there is also the sausage stand with the picturesque nightly view for comfort.
"Crime scene: prisoner" , ARD, Sun., 8.15 p.m.
By Sylvia Staude
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