This is another gem from Jürgen Roland's famous Stahlnetz series. Although the style is very dated, crime stories with voice-over who act like documentaries, it still has its merits. And it does show a lot of the life ordinary people lived at that particular time in Germany. It is interesting though, that, while taking place in Germany, Roland often uses Austrian actors in key roles, like here Ossy Kolmann as a cop. In this film there is a scene where a suspect is investigated by him and asked if he will hit him he turns directly to the camera and quips that he doesn't do it otherwise people would continue to think Austrians are always the tougher Nazis!
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