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Die Seele eines Mörders (2009)

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Michael Ochajon
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Dani Balilati (as Dvir Bendek)
Marie-Lou Sellem ...
Ada Efrati
Nicole Heesters ...
Klara Benesch
Joachim Bliese ...
Efraim Benesch
Michael Degen ...
Mr. Rosenstein
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Orli Schochan
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Ya'ir
Alma Leiberg ...
Zila Bachar
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Ezra Baschari
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Ne'lima Baschari
Ido Bartal ...
Joram Benesch
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Tali Rosenstein
Lidya Ofir
Hadar Ratzon Rotem ...
Zohara Baschari (as Hadar Ratzon)
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16 November 2009 (Germany)  »

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Denn die Seele ist in deiner Hand  »

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All centered on Lauterbach
6 May 2015 | by (Berlin, Germany) – See all my reviews

You need to decide for yourself if that is a good thing or not. In my opinion, Heiner Lauterbach is an actor who usually plays very similar characters and really relies more on his charisma and recognition value than on truly great range. Here he plays police inspector Michael Ochajon for the first of two times. This film is from 5 years ago and the second movie (both television) came out the year after. It runs for 90 minutes and is directed by Peter Keglevic, an experienced Austrian television director. The screenplay is by Wolfgang Stauch based on the novel of the late Israeli writer Batya Gur. She also wrote the book that the other Ochajon movie starring Lauterbach is based on. I personally did not find the case that interesting. The best feature about these two films is probably the insight we get into the Israeli culture and background. However, this is not enough to really appreciate this film. Not recommended.


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