Tatort (1970– )
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Miroslav Nemec Miroslav Nemec ... Ivo Batic
Udo Wachtveitl Udo Wachtveitl ... Franz Leitmayr
Michael Fitz Michael Fitz ... Kriminaloberkommissar Carlo Menzinger
August Zirner ... Joseph Pieringer
Andreas Maria Schwaiger Andreas Maria Schwaiger ... Jean-Claude Bartl (as Andreas Schwaiger)
Barbara Philipp Barbara Philipp ... Marianne Grammetseder, 'Ana Gramm'
Bettina Redlich Bettina Redlich ... Anita Mecke
Claudia Lössl Claudia Lössl ... Claudia Ruhland
Wilhelm Manske Wilhelm Manske ... Dr. jur. Wilfried Manz
Maren Gilzer Maren Gilzer ... Conny, Polizeipsychologin
Michael Trischan Michael Trischan ... Bernie, Apotheker
Lena Walcher Lena Walcher ... Lina
Thomas Darchinger ... Richie Freisinger
Margot Dürrmeier Margot Dürrmeier ... Walter, Notariatsangestellte
Andreas Beckett ... Bankangestellter
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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

17 November 2002 (Germany) See more »

Filming Locations:

Munich, Bavaria, Germany

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Sound Mix:

Dolby

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Color
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Psycho Thriller - Far above average "Tatort" Episode
6 April 2017 | by thursdaysrecordsSee all my reviews

The Munich Team Leitmeyer and Batic have a particularly odd double- murder to solve. A mentally disturbed man views himself as some kind of protector of children in danger. At first it appears as though this man is a stalker, secretly sneaking into the homes of young women, pretending to be part of their regular life. The true nature of his illness is revealed much later. - One very amusing character is a pharmacist, who has a photographic memory for names and faces, recalling old acquaintances years after last having seen them, then greeting such long lost friends with cheerful chatter. - The many coincidences adding to the whole of the story may seem a bit far fetched, because by law of averages, nothing like this could possible happen in ten millions years. Nonetheless, this episode of the Classic German Drama Series will keep your attention throughout. It also has one of the most charming "Sanka Moment" conclusions. - This easily ranks in my personal Top 10 of Tatort episodes, and I've seen hundreds of them. Highly recommended!


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