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Det is Berlin: That was the new ARD “Tatort” with Rubin and Karow

2021-11-14T20:57:05.105Z

Parents who refuse to admit that their daughter is bi; Parents who refuse to admit that their son is a rapist and a murderer. Hard stuff in the new “Tatort” from Berlin with Rubin (Meret Becker) and Karow (Mark Waschke). Our criticism.



Parents who refuse to admit that their daughter is bi;

Parents who refuse to admit that their son is a rapist and a murderer.

Hard stuff in the new “Tatort” from Berlin with Rubin (Meret Becker) and Karow (Mark Waschke).

Our criticism.

That’s that capital city life, huh?

They'll be bummed until the homicide squad arrives.

At the Berlin “Tatort” with Rubin (Meret Becker) and Karow (Mark Waschke), the rule in the case of “The Cold and the Dead” was that the will was there.

With the two main actors anyway, who tried to save even the most woodcut-like scenes with heart and dedication.

And the topic that author Markus Busch focused on was also quite fascinating.

In essence, this mix of crime thriller, Berlin milieu study and mind game was about the question of what happens when parents are fooling themselves about their brood.

"Tatort: ​​The Cold and the Dead": between a crime thriller and a Berlin milieu study

Just like the mother and father of the deceased, who refuse to admit that their daughter is dead and supposedly led a dissolute sex life. Andreja Schneider and Rainer Reiners played the honest parents so exaggerated that you couldn't feel a heartbeat behind the caricature-like facade. Or the dead man's best friend. He said his sentences woodenly, only to then suddenly practice vigilante justice. Where had he previously hidden all his anger at the perpetrators? Here, too, there was a lack of acting power.

The greater the rage of the investigators.

Meret Becker in particular gave everything in terms of emotional loss of control at work in her penultimate appearance as "Tatort" commissioner - the last case with her will be shown in the spring, followed by Corinna Harfouch on the TV team.

Also refreshing is her new assistant, played by Tan Caglar.

He's in a wheelchair - and even joked about it in the most politically incorrect way in the crime thriller.

This “crime scene” shows how negative a love affair can have

“I finally want something nice, warm, funny!” Rubin groaned towards the end.

And Karow, as always, found a solution in his own way: Singing karaoke together to "Love don't come easy".

You can't force love - that was also a musical commentary on the case.

Of which one thing in particular stays in memory: the coolness of the boy (strong: Vito Sack) who rapes women - covered by his parents.

One would have liked to have seen how negative Gluckenliebe can have with an overall stronger ensemble and less clichéd dialogues.

Source: merkur

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