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A young woman from Heide (Germany) finds purpose in her life by hunting down killers and sexual offenders, facing a show-down with a notorious serial killer who stalks his victims online and publishes their deaths in the social network.

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Michael David Pate
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sebastian Hülk ... Skinhead
Gedeon Burkhard ... Peter Jungbluth
Michael Epp ... 20-Euro Police Officer
David Gant ... Blind Photographer
Ivy Natalia Ivy Natalia ... Karina (as Nasia Aissaoui)
Udo Schenk Udo Schenk ... Werner Will
Santiago Ziesmer Santiago Ziesmer ... Rentner
Charles Rettinghaus ... Manfred Schlüter
Tobias Schenke Tobias Schenke ... Alex Steingräber
Ronald Nitschke Ronald Nitschke ... Klaus Schandlmeyer
Torge Oelrich Torge Oelrich ... Himself (as Freshtorge)
Isabella Vinet Isabella Vinet ... Natascha Jungbluth
Felicitas Noack Felicitas Noack ... Jana Hansen
Gernot Alwin Kunert Gernot Alwin Kunert ... Til Westbrook
Gesche Kristina Siebke Gesche Kristina Siebke ... Mandy Jungbluth
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A young woman from Heide (Germany) finds purpose in her life by hunting down killers and sexual offenders, facing a show-down with a notorious serial killer who stalks his victims online and publishes their deaths in the social network.

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Genres:

Horror | Thriller

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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

9 October 2014 (Germany) See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

€150,000 (estimated)
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Take25 Pictures See more »
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2.35 : 1
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Director Michael David Pate never met actress Nasia Jansen in person, who played Karina in Los Angeles. His brother Miguel Angelo Pate shot the scene in Los Angeles, directed by Michael via Skype. See more »

Quotes

Peter Jungbluth: It is a game. But games have rules. Even Monopoly has a jail.
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