Tatort: Season 1, Episode 1

Taxi nach Leipzig (29 Nov. 1970)

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Episode cast overview:
Walter Richter ...
Renate Schroeter ...
Eva Billsing
Paul Albert Krumm ...
Erich Landsberger
Hans Peter Hallwachs ...
Oberleutnant Klaus (as Peter Hallwachs)
Edgar Hoppe ...
Kriminalmeister Höffgen
Erwin Klietsch ...
Karl Lincke
Marianne Hachfeld ...
Elvira Kniebel
Ernst Wendt ...
VoPo
Günter Lamprecht ...
DDR-Grenzer (as Günther Lamprecht)
Gerhard Hartig ...
Karl Bell
Horst Ulbricht ...
Mechaniker
Henry-Ernst Simmon ...
Juwelier
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First movie of the very successful "Tatort" series. As of 2006, about 600 episodes in total have been produced. See more »

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A true classic
1 March 2001 | by (Hannover, Germany) – See all my reviews

This is a real classic and, at least in its category as a made-for-tv movie, nothing less than a masterpiece. The film was the first one of numerous full-length episodes of the still-running tv-series "Tatort". Set in Leipzig, by that time a metropolis of East Germany, the film tells the story of a cop from Hamburg (West Germany) who mostly off-duty follows the tracks of a kid that died near the Autobahn at Leipzig. It is not the thriller elements that keep the viewer attentive and interested, but the people in the film and the way there story is told. No character clichés, excellent acting, good camera-work - and, not to be forgotten, a fascinating clash of two Germany cultures. It's a quite one, but far above the average of tv-movie making. A proficient film and a time document at the same time.


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