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Jürgen Urban
Götz George ...
Jens Urban
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Katja Döbbelin
Jutta Speidel ...
Hilde Döbbelin
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Paul Döbbelin
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Karl Abt
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Heiner Lauterbach ...
Alexander Claussen
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Susanne Lenz
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Seewetteramtsleiter Friedrich Pröscher
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Stellv. Polizeipräsident Matthias Labahn
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Helge Jacobs
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The budget of 8 million Euros made this project the most expensive German TV movie ever to date. See more »

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Both Katja Doebbelin (played by Nadja Uhl) as well as Juergen Urban (played by 'Benno Fuermann') have blue eyes. Their common son Philipp (as it turns out later in the film) has brown eyes. This is impossible for genetic reasons. See more »

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Excellent considering that it's a German TV production
13 July 2006 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

I really liked the movie and I was surprised to see such quality on a German TV movie. Considering other RTL, Pro7 or Sat 1 produced movies, this one was a big shot. Featuring nearly all of the great German TV and cinema actors (Lauterbach, Götz George, Elmar Wepper and many others) the movie had all it takes for a fine popcorn evening at home. Although the first part tended to get a bit boring, preparing the upcoming catastrophic events the part II was mostly fast paced and exciting. I also think the music helped a lot, also the visual effects guys did an outstanding job. However, I hope that there will be more German movies in that size produced in the future.


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