On 13 January 2011, highly intelligent but irritable Professor Konstantin Carus (Heiner Lauterbach) enters the control room of the particle accelerator together with 23 colleagues. Eight ... See full summary »
On 13 January 2011, highly intelligent but irritable Professor Konstantin Carus (Heiner Lauterbach) enters the control room of the particle accelerator together with 23 colleagues. Eight hours later, at 6 am on 14 January 2011, the 23 scientists of the night shift have disappeared without a trace! The only survivor of this tragedy is Konstantin Carus. In order to solve this mysterious case, he is being examined at a secret location by representatives of the Swiss Depart of Public Prosecution (Max Tidof, Annika Blendl). They expect answers from him to these burning questions: Did the incalculable experiment create a temporary Black Hole, absorbing the surrounding matter? Does the LHC endanger the whole world? An incredible story begins ... Written by
Over the last years, there was a flood of really good German movies. Sadly, this is not one of them. In fact, quite the contrary. I can't remember the last time, I heard such idiotic, unfitting and pretentious dialog. The story itself is uninteresting, illogical and ultimately leads nowhere. Heiner Lauterbach and Max Tidof are well respected and acclaimed German actors. I don't say they are bad actors in general, but in this movie they are. As well as the other 50% of the main cast. If I could change my reality right now, I would want my wasted time for watching this back. I can't believe I really sat through the whole thing in the first place.
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