In the final analysis, it all comes down to guilt, different shades of guilt that one assumes in a single moment of thoughtlessness or in months of premeditated planning. Defence Attorney ... See full summary »
1980, West Germany. Frank Lehmann is drafted into the Bundeswehr because he neglected to object. As his petty-bourgeois pa claims his room for TV repairs, Frank moves in with hippie ... See full summary »
Former real life police officer Jane Antrobus and an actor play detectives alongside guest stars in a daily show using improvisation, narration, and talking and looking to camera to create the impression of a documentary.
Sequel to Lammbock. Stefan and Kai meet again after years. Stefan became a successful lawyer in Dubai while Kai is stuck in their home town. Kai has relationship issues and is trying hard ... See full summary »
Lukas Franke (Matthias Schweighöfer) is the victim of a cyber-crime attack. All his personal data, web and social media profiles get hacked and he gets accused of being involved in ... See full summary »
Alexandra Maria Lara,
Like the predecessor: "Shades of Guilt ( http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3689304/)" is each episode one case.
What I really liked was the little teaser of the case before the intro. Usually, you see a crime and you think guilty of the offender, but at the end of each episode, I have to take a step back and think about it. How would I act in such a situation? How would I decide? I think this is the key point of the series and its successor mentioned above. I really like those not black and white cases and I think this is very normal in reality.
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