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The "Tatort" commissioner falls on a trick thief Rein
. devices. In a good mood, he wants to end the evening at the hotel bar with red wine. A distinctive young woman who plays Scrabble on her cell phone arouses his interest.
You can chat, he whisper a little, be an insurance agent, actually feel called to be criminalists. The young woman mockingly makes him mockingly, he was not the guy for that. "Don't underestimate me," he says amused, "I wouldn't have been a bad policeman at all."
This specifies the ironic and funny tone of the "crime scene: Murot and the law of karma". Director Matthias X. Oberg stages a crime thriller with wink and sense of grotesque. He plays with the genre, leads the spectators onto black ice, tilts the usual into the opposite, has a look for strange scenes and good actors. Original types abandoned.
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The random murderer is a poor sausage that is brutally pulled onto the ears by his boss and screwed up every blackmail. From this heap of misfortune, Thomas Schmauser makes a stunning failure study. Delicious Basta appearance of Barbara Philipp as a bee-busy, underestimated commissioner Magda Wächter. Finally she can read the Levites to her often snooty boss Murot. Because she knows everything about his embarrassing, nightly adventure.
Murot is brought about money, ID and memory by the tough bar acquaintance using K.-O. drops. She is called Eva, dreams of great happiness with her life partner and IT expert and gets the necessary change in a tried and tested manner in the upscale class. A touch of "Bonnie and Clyde" wobbles through the film. Anna Unterberger's Eva is an enchanting revenge angel, she suffers from a trauma: her mother ended in a wheelchair.
Unterberger has its strongest appearance in dialogue with Murot. In his eleventh case, Ulrich Tukur gives the investigator nonchalant, amazed, pricked and with a slight feeling of guilt. Eva found out who is her mother's youth love and her previously unknown father: this darn commissioner. He can't remember at first, only gradually it dawns. Delicious his gentle smile when he understands his late father, even if the daughter also pursues a not everyday job.
Teenage thief allegedly steals and eats ‘world's hottest' gummy bear, immediately suffers consequences .
The operators of Sunflower Rx, in downtown Odessa, said they're hoping the teen has learned his lesson. In the Facebook post, the operators or Sunflower Rx said the teen and his friend visited the store on Monday, Oct. 3, and quickly left. A short while later, the suspect reportedly ran back into the store, sweating, and grabbed an iced tea. He then threw himself to the floor, at which point employees asked if they should call an ambulance. “Please don’t,” he said, according to the pharmacy’s Facebook post. “I’m OK, I just ate something really spicy.