Franz Eberhofer feels comfortable as a cop in the small Bavarian village of Niederkaltenkirchen. His transfer to Munich is inconvenient for him. But soon a murder case brings him back to his tiny village.
Lisa Maria Potthoff
Oray speaks in a quarrel with his wife Burcu three times 'talaq', the islamic formula for repudiation. The imam informs him about the consequences: he has to divorce his wife. Now Oray is ... See full summary »
Thomas Engel is always anxious to avoid conflict. At any cost. This compulsive striving for harmony, however, proves to be his road to ruin. He will fight for a peaceful solution. Violently, if need be.
After unsuccessful trying to let bygones be bygones, chief inspector Karin Wegemann, who led the investigation in "Operation Zucker", starts to investigate in a new volatile case together with her colleague Ronald Krug.
The movie title is based on the Erich Honecker quote "Vorwärts immer, rückwärts nimmer!" (Forward ever, backward never!) See more »
The green West-German passport Anne is showing her dad was not in use since 1988. In 1989 it should have been purple. And the temporary passport that was used later in Germany after the reunion was also green but had a different cover layout. See more »
[mistaking the fake Honecker for the real one]
It is impressing how good his shape is. This skin, so young. Touch it.
We haven't been touching each other for a very long time.
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The opening closing credits are showed in the style of a TV broadcast with interferences. See more »