Because I'm a fan of the German tv-police thriller series "Tatort" (meaning: place of the crime), I'd like to comment on it: this episode remains one of my favourites, although nothing pretty exciting happens in it and the development of the plot is not very detailed. But it is the human touch that turns it into a worthwhile film: the growing confidence that a highly-paid but frustrated academic, who works for the West German army, has in an East German spy. He goes as far as (unknowingly) handing out designs of top secret military equipment to the communist East. He realizes he's been naive and the end of the film is touching. The tatort-films of the 1970ies were often of high quality. They had a good mixture of psychology, suspense and good acting.
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