Undercover cop Charly Held sneaks into the organization of Jan Herzog, the head of organised crime in Frankfurt. Slowly, he gains the Herzog's trust and is pulled deeper and deeper into the...
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Seven friends - three women and four men - meet for dinner. Everyone should put their cell phone on the table. No matter what message comes in - anyone can read it and listen to the phone calls. However, this leads to a lot of chaos.
Florian David Fitz,
Undercover cop Charly Held sneaks into the organization of Jan Herzog, the head of organised crime in Frankfurt. Slowly, he gains the Herzog's trust and is pulled deeper and deeper into the business. Overwhelmed by his new jet-set lifestyle he thinks of changing the sides. Will he, or will he not?Written by
Harald Mayr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
People on the street can be seen using bags from the "Bellheim" warehouse. The owner of this fictitious warehouse was the main character in director Dieter Wedel's previous project, Der große Bellheim (1993). See more »
Although I'm not particularly into German television, this miniseries caught my attention when it was first aired in 1996. It had a lot of cliches and a strong resemblance with 1997's "Donnie Brasco".
Undercover cop infiltrates criminal organisation and then feels bad about selling out his new friends. That's basically it.
So if you like this setting and are able to get a hold of this series (that is, if you are able to receive German television, you speak German and you have the luck that it is aired again), it's well worth your time. The acting is good (the cast includes some of Germany's finest actors) and so is the plot. 7/10
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