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Der tote Taucher im Wald (2000)

Forest fires do happen in the countryside from time to time. However even the most hardened police investigator will have a tough time if a fully dressed diver is found in the middle of a ... See full summary »

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(as Marcus O. Rosenmüller)

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(story), (story) (as Markus O. Rosenmüller) | 3 more credits »
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1 win & 1 nomination. See more awards »
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Dieter Pfaff ...
Konrad Hartwich
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Tobias Kutschke
Niki Finger ...
Charlotte Sternberg (as Niki Greb)
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Lothar Blanck
Ingo Naujoks ...
Harry Minx
Michael Kind ...
Bruno Bergmann
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Ingo Tiburski
Gert Burkard ...
Kurt Wannemacher
Jack Recknitz ...
Marian Kattowitz
Michael Tregor ...
Dr. Finke
Katharina Blaschke ...
Frau Kattowitz
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Katharina
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Jogger
Harald Ortmann ...
Mechaniker
Lorose Keller ...
Adelheid Zymolka
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Forest fires do happen in the countryside from time to time. However even the most hardened police investigator will have a tough time if a fully dressed diver is found in the middle of a forest and burned to nearly unrecognizable condition with no lake or river even near. Written by Oliver Heidelbach

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Vielleicht haben sie Glück, und es war nur ein Unfall.

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Comedy | Crime

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6 April 2000 (Germany)  »

Also Known As:

Um Mergulhador Morto na Floresta  »

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2.35 : 1
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imaginative story with awkward cinematography
20 April 2000 | by See all my reviews

I liked this film right from the beginning, when I was drawn into the plot by fast moving pictures and a rythmic sound-track. Though, at some moments the music sounded a little dull. The mystery of the dead scuba diver is very interesting, but I had wished that it would not have been solved so quickly for the audience. Instead, the Lynch-like mystery from the beginning turns into a mere criminalistic plot. Nonetheless, the story develops a suitable climax. The cinematography is slightly eccentric, but adds to the appeal of the film.

Above all, I liked the cast. The roles are somehow square, but the actors did fully act up to that squareness. Because of that, I even forgot about realizing that it was a low budget movie.

I do recommend this film!


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