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Borowski und das verlorene Mädchen 

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Raymond Ley

Writers:

Charlotte I. Pehlivani, Hannah Schröder (re-written by) (as Hannah Ley) | 1 more credit »
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Episode complete credited cast:
Axel Milberg ... Klaus Borowski
Sibel Kekilli ... Sarah Brandt
Mala Emde ... Julia
Sithembile Menck Sithembile Menck ... Amina Jaschar
Ferhat Keskin Ferhat Keskin ... Imam Abu Abdullah
Dogan Erdogan Padar Dogan Erdogan Padar ... Hasim Mahdi (as Dogan Padar)
Thomas Kügel Thomas Kügel ... Roland Schladitz
Jürgen Prochnow ... Kesting
Anna Antonowicz Anna Antonowicz ... Dr. Kroll (as Anja Antonowicz)
Franziska Brandmeier ... Kathi Pelzer
Patrycia Ziolkowska Patrycia Ziolkowska ... Julias Mutter
Hannah Schröder Hannah Schröder ... Nachbarin
Sven Schelker ... Nils Heidhäuser
Felix Zimmer Felix Zimmer ... Kriminaltechniker Florian
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Country:

West Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

6 November 2016 (Austria) See more »

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Borowski and the Lost Girl
23 June 2019 | by TweekumsSee all my reviews

This instalment opens with Julia, a young woman, being tied up and left in a basement. She manages to escape and tells the police she believes her brother has murdered her friend Maria. Soon her body is found floating in the harbour. Julia's brother isn't the only suspect; a man who was just been released from prison had a strong motive for revenge. After his release he has been living at a local mosque which it later emerges is also attended by Julia after her conversion to Islam. In the events that follow we learn that the security services are monitoring events in the mosque believing radicalised converts could lead them to senior recruiters in Middle Eastern terrorist groups. Borowski and Brandt will have a tough time as the people in the mosque don't want to talk and the security services don't want their targets learning of the operation... and that is assuming somebody there is responsible for Maria's death.

It seems that every crime series these days has to have an episode where a suspect emerges in the Muslim community who ultimately turns out to be a victim of prejudicial assumptions... so it made a refreshing change that there is something sinister going on involving certain members of that community. This is balanced by some morally dubious actions by the security services and some local bigotry. The central story is interesting with a murder leading us into the world of terrorist recruitment and attempts to counter that. There are some nice twists as the cases develop and good tense moments. Axel Milberg and Sibel Kekilli continue to impress as Borowski and Brandt and guest star Mala Emde really impresses as Julia; the rest of the cast are pretty solid as well. Overall another gripping episode.

These comments are based on watching the episode in German with English subtitles.


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