Wolfgang Petersen ("Das Boot") directed several TV movies of the classic German "Tatort" series, including Nastassja Kinski's breakthrough performance in 1977. This one from 1972 may appear a little slow at the start but step by step the different characters and stories get together and offer good entertainment. It's really done very professionally with top performances, especially from the beautiful Ingeborg Schöner in a dual role. The plot deals with two young and sexy women found death at the beach of Sylt in the span of just a few days. First you may think it's one of those crime stories where the audience knows the murderer from the beginning but everything turns out to be a little different. In addition to its nice twists the movie is so 70s that every fan of this decade should find it worth watching just for its "Zeitgeist" feeling.
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