A man who accused a catholic bishop of abusing him when he was a child dies in the Austrian city Salzburg. Everyone except his widow and the eccentrical detective Simon Brenner keeps silent and believes that the man killed himself.
Heinzi Boesel and Kurt Fellner are two Austrian health inspectors forced to work together, traveling through Austria. Over time a beautiful friendship evolves between the odd couple who ... See full summary »
Alfons Zischl, mayor of Hindafing, tries to give his community a new image by building a mall for organic food. Soon enough the whole village is taking part in his corrupt games, entangling Zischl in growing debt and dubious obligations.
Winter in Vienna. Children disappear. For now without a trace, then their bodies are found. A gift for the tabloid press. For the police a series of defeats. Politically a problem. And at ... See full summary »
Sarah Victoria Frick,
The market town Braunschlag, on the outskirts of Austria close to the Czech Republic is bankrupt. The mayor, under pressure form Russian mafia creditors and state government has an idea after a night of too much alcohol in shabby town-disco: Only a miracle can rescue his position of mayor and his towns fate - they just have to convince the local UFO-nut that he has had a Marian apparition, and the influx of pilgrims will fill their bank accounts.
To be honest, at first, I could not get into this show. I am not the biggest fan of German or Austrian TV-shows, because normally, they are really boring (e.g. the "Tatort"). But after two, three episodes, I loved it. The strange relationship between the most people in this world full of sarcasm, murder, greed and lust. While the series is ongoing, it becomes stranger and stranger, until it explodes in an absurdity, that can reach even "Fargo". New story lines just com over the way, as if they were usual, when you didn't expect it, and within 8 episodes, David Schalko is creating us a masterpiece of TV history.
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