Tatort (1970– )
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Im Schmerz geboren 

After more than 30 years, an old friend of Felix Murot appears back in Germany.

Director:

Florian Schwarz

Writer:

Michael Proehl
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Ulrich Tukur ... Felix Murot
Barbara Philipp Barbara Philipp ... Magda Wächter
Ulrich Matthes ... Richard Harloff
Golo Euler ... David Harloff
Alexander Held Alexander Held ... Alexander Bosco
Alexander Scheer ... Donny
Shenja Lacher Shenja Lacher ... Schneider
Felix von Manteuffel Felix von Manteuffel ... Franz Oswald
Henriette Müller Henriette Müller ... Anna Dischko
Lucie Heinze ... Mariella
Marian Kindermann Marian Kindermann ... junger Richard Harloff
Christian Erdt Christian Erdt ... junger Felix Murot
Anatole Taubman ... Dreyfuss
Marc Zwinz Marc Zwinz ... Werner
Otto Mellies ... Detlef Brüggemann
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After more than 30 years, an old friend of Felix Murot appears back in Germany.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama

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Language:

German

Release Date:

12 October 2014 (Austria) See more »

Filming Locations:

Wiesbaden, Hessen, Germany See more »

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The original (working) titel was "Butterfly - Im Schmerz geboren". See more »

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References Jules and Jim (1962) See more »

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It remains what matters
13 October 2014 | by froppSee all my reviews

To be or not to be a Tatort - this Tatort will polarize. Fortunately. Anyone who enters a venture must be rewarded. The One who does not like Shakespeare, will understand the story anyway. And whoever wakes up the next morning with the final scene and the reverberating words - this human being has been touched by this Tatort. That's what matters. No more and no less. Thanks a lot to the makers of this multi-faceted production that shows us that German TV can be even more and keeps the audience awake. Whether to leave out of anger or just to ask open-mouthed child equal amazement the many quotations and citations be the game to feel great acting. (A very first try of translation from German original - IMDb wants this to be in English)


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