Dark (2017–2020)
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As You Sow, so You Shall Reap 

In 1953, the disfigured bodies of two boys are exhumed at a construction site, the future location of Winden's nuclear power plant.

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Baran bo Odar

Writers:

Baran bo Odar (created by), Jantje Friese (created by) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Philipp ... Helge Doppler 1953
Sebastian Hülk ... Egon Tiedemann 1953
Christian Steyer ... H.G. Tannhaus 1986
Andreas Pietschmann ... The Stranger
Hermann Beyer Hermann Beyer ... Helge Doppler
Oliver Masucci ... Ulrich Nielsen
Cordelia Wege ... Greta Doppler 1953
Anatole Taubman ... Bernd Doppler 1953
Antje Traue ... Agnes Nielsen
Joshio Marlon Joshio Marlon ... Tronte Nielsen 1953
Arnd Klawitter Arnd Klawitter ... H.G. Tannhaus 1953
Gwendolyn Göbel Gwendolyn Göbel ... Claudia Tiedemann 1953
Luise Heyer ... Doris Tiedemann
Rike Sindler Rike Sindler ... Jana Nielsen 1953
Lena Urzendowsky Lena Urzendowsky ... Ines Kahnwald 1953
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In 1953, the disfigured bodies of two boys are exhumed at a construction site, the future location of Winden's nuclear power plant.

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Goofs

The Volkswagen Beetle used by Egon Tiedemann in 1953 is a later model (the square rear window was not introduced until 1957) to which older fenders without turn-signals have been mounted. An authentic Beetle from the period would have a split rear window ("Pretzel") or an oval one if built after March '53. See more »

Soundtracks

Goodbye
Written by Sascha Ring & Anja Plaschg
Performed by Apparat feat. Soap&Skin
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Intense, intriguing and dark
24 October 2020 | by deathswaggaSee all my reviews

This episode is one that solidifies many of the themes of the show, such as casual determinism, free will or the lack thereof, wormholes, duality being incorrect, the triquetta, and probably more. Though the symbol of the triquetta was shown much earlier (episode 2 or 3 iirc), this is the first time we learn about it. It's also an important set-up for events that are yet to happen, and it's a very cool experience to view this again after watching all 3 seasons, and knowing why certain characters are doing certain things. There's a couple scenes that wouldn't even have meaning the first time you watch this. Oh yeah and there's the dark scene that was quite shocking and demonstrates that Dark doesn't hold back, while also perfectly feeding into many of its themes. I also have to mention the music montage scene is great in this episode just as every episode. Slow character-focused scenes without any dialogue and with perfect accompanying music is powerful and masterful storytelling and is one of the main reasons I regard the show so highly. This is a great episode of Dark that has a little something for everyone.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1 December 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Germany

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Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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