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 ...
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David A. Prior
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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