A young woman from Heide (Germany) finds purpose in her life by hunting down killers and sexual offenders, facing a show-down with a notorious serial killer who stalks his victims online and publishes their deaths in the social network.

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Peter Jungbluth
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Blind Photographer
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20-Euro Police Officer
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Skinhead
Tobias Schenke ...
Alex Steingräber
Udo Schenk ...
Werner Will
Nasia Jansen ...
Karina (as Nasia Aissaoui)
Ronald Nitschke ...
Klaus Schandlmeyer
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Manfred Schlüter
Santiago Ziesmer ...
Rentner
Torge Oelrich ...
Himself (as Freshtorge)
Isabella Vinet ...
Natascha Jungbluth
Felicitas Noack ...
Jana Hansen
Hannah Olbert ...
Talkshow Host
Katja Groß ...
Lena Kahlmund
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A young woman from Heide (Germany) finds purpose in her life by hunting down killers and sexual offenders, facing a show-down with a notorious serial killer who stalks his victims online and publishes their deaths in the social network.

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Horror | Thriller

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9 October 2014 (Germany)  »

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€150,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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The Swastika teeth worn by actor Sebastian Hülk were originally designed for Joe Wright's "Hanna", in which he also plays a skinhead. They were cut from the film and allowed to be used in another production of Hülk's choice. On shooting day, July 6, 2013, Hülk surprised director Michael David Pate by wearing them, prompting Pate to also shoot a close of Hülk's mouth, the same way it was filmed in Quentin Tarantino's "Inglourious Basterds". See more »

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Natascha Jungbluth: If you go to a disco wearing nothing but panties, you won't get an engagement ring in your drink, you'll get roofies.
Jennifer Will: Well, I don't go to discos in panties.
Natascha Jungbluth: No, just the World Wide Web.
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