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Wilde Engel (2002)

Three very different women join forces to fight against crime.

Director:

Sigi Rothemund (as Siegfried Rothemund)

Writers:

Timo Berndt, David De Souza (storyline consultant)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Birgit Stauber ... Christina 'Chris' Rabe
Susann Uplegger Susann Uplegger ... Franziska Borgardt
Eva Habermann ... Lena Heitmann
Filip Peeters ... Martin Grossmann
Michael Hanemann Michael Hanemann ... Wilhelm Heitmann
László I. Kish ... Körber
Joachim Nimtz Joachim Nimtz ... Bortel
Niels-Bruno Schmidt ... Micha
Jörg Annen Jörg Annen ... Viktor Gerber
Christian Beuter Christian Beuter ... Mike
Jürgen Haug Jürgen Haug
Detlef Kapplusch Detlef Kapplusch
Hartmut Neuber Hartmut Neuber
Fritz Stavenhagen Fritz Stavenhagen
Robert Spitz Robert Spitz
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Three very different women join forces to fight against crime.

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Genres:

Action

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

28 February 2002 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

Mindent bele, angyalok! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Show-casing the dismal state of German TV
29 June 2003 | by sash_hockeySee all my reviews

"Wilde Engel" is pretty much exemplary of the sorry state of German TV productions. It suffers from all the drawbacks that have plagued German TV and film productions for the past decade or two. Its unimaginative proposition of three crime-fighting heroines is a direct copy of the "Charlie's Angels" movie, but never reaches the tongue-in-cheek goofball quality and flashiness that make that movie the enjoyable rollercoaster ride it is. The acting is sub-par, even for this kind of genre, the dialogue is stilted and ridiculous, and the direction is uninspired, trying to reach a certain level of "coolness" that makes the whole production entirely pointless. Basically the whole thing is a vehicle for mediocre action sequences, provided by "action concept", which have filled up the German TV market with action series for the past years. This half-baked effort at TV-making, unfortunately, is typical of German TV productions, with a very essential lack of production values. Nothing but a poor copy, basically the "Charlie's Angels" movie on a USANetwork level.


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