Tatort (1970– )
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Director:

Henk Handloegten (as Hendrik Handloegten)

Writers:

Stefan Cantz (screenplay), Jan Hinter (screenplay)
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Klaus J. Behrendt Klaus J. Behrendt ... Max Ballauf
Dietmar Bär ... Freddy Schenk
Nicolette Krebitz ... Marie Menke
Thorsten Merten Thorsten Merten ... Christof Rüter
Alexander Sascha Nikolic Alexander Sascha Nikolic
Joe Bausch Joe Bausch ... Dr. Joseph Roth
Arved Birnbaum Arved Birnbaum ... Hauptmeister Heinz Obst
Tessa Mittelstaedt Tessa Mittelstaedt ... Franziska Lüttgenjohann
Peter Moltzen Peter Moltzen ... Heiner Wolff
Christian Tasche Christian Tasche ... Oberstaatsanwalt von Prinz
Peter Kern Peter Kern ... Niedlich
Milan Peschel ... Herr Hacke
Florian Riedel Florian Riedel ... Herr Schwabe
Dorothea Walda Dorothea Walda ... Brüde
Katharina Schmidt Katharina Schmidt
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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

19 March 2006 (Germany) See more »

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La Double Vie De Nicolette
16 December 2007 | by richard_sleboeSee all my reviews

Not sure about the bangs, but it's always fun to see Coco Krebitz back in action. After a promising start in small-budget big-screen gems like "Tempo" and "Fandango", she's been off to a range of projects all her own: directing shorts, singing in her boyfriend's band, having a baby, some TV to pay the rent. Her rare appearances inevitably trigger mixed emotions: joy and gratitude mixed with regret. Why do we see so little of her, and why are there so few girls like her in German cinema: serious, graceful and brilliant in an unassuming way? Anyway, it's always a pleasure to have her back, even in a made-for-TV production like this one. Inspired by the Brothers Grimm and with overtones of Martin Suter's "Small World", "Pechmarie" watches her doing nothing much at all. Or so it seems. It's a quiet piece, as befits a quiet girl. Producers, please: send her cartloads of indie scripts before it's too late. Any day now she might throw in the towel and open a coffee shop in Ljubljana. Or something.


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