The end of the 14th century. Parents send the eldest son Jan to study in Hamburg, and the youngest - Klaus - to the monastery. No sooner had the children moved away from their homes, as on ... See full summary »

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... Klaus Störtebeker
Claire Keim ... Elisabeth Preen
... Konrad von Wallenrod
Miguel Herz-Kestranek ... Hermann Preen
Stephan Luca ... Simon von Wallenrod
... Jan Broderson
Timo Dierkes ... Bruder Wigbold
... Goedeke Michels
... Erik
... Königin Margarete
Pepa López ... Maria
... Lüchow
... Martin Degenhard
Miroslav Navrátil ... Götz
Jan-Hendrik Kiefer ... Störtebeker als Kind
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The end of the 14th century. Parents send the eldest son Jan to study in Hamburg, and the youngest - Klaus - to the monastery. No sooner had the children moved away from their homes, as on Klaus'es eyes the robbers kill their parents and burn the house. Only thanks to the loyal monk Wigbold Klaus managed to survive the shock. A few years later Klaus Störtebeker finds his brother Jan and his long-time friend Elizabeth Pren in Hamburg. From her, he learns that she is expected to marry Simon von Wallenrod, whose father Klaus suspects of killing his parents. But the Pranks and the Wallenrods are rich and respected people, and Klaus is a poor man. And now he becomes a pirate... Written by Andromache

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The story of the most legendary pirate of Europe

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27 December 2006 (France)  »

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Az északi-tenger kalózai  »

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A slap in your face
23 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Störtebeker is truly one of the worst TV mini-series ever made on this planet.

The acting is unbearable and the historic background is mostly nonsense: Just two examples: Visby was shown as a village of three houses. Instead, it was a major city at this time, it's best days already passed by. Secondly, Hamburg would have never been the city taking care of pirates in the Baltic Sea. Hamburg had no access to the Baltic Sea, the major town at that time was Lübeck.

But worse than all that: The directing! How can a dilettante like this guy be allowed to direct a movie like this? Impossible! There was not a single believable scene it, the fights were ridiculous and I could not suppress laughter at most stern scenes.

I can't understand at all how a major television station could be so incompetent.


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