Dark (2017–2020)
9.2/10
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Alpha and Omega 

Peter gets a shock. Jonas learns the truth about his family, but there are more surprises still to come. Helge makes a sacrifice.

Director:

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:
Stephan Kampwirth ... Peter Doppler
Valentin Oppermann Valentin Oppermann ... Mads Nielsen
Walter Kreye ... Tronte Nielsen
Lisa Kreuzer ... Claudia Tiedemann
Louis Hofmann ... Jonas Kahnwald
Daan Lennard Liebrenz ... Mikkel Nielsen
Lisa Vicari ... Martha Nielsen
Paul Lux ... Bartosz Tiedemann
Karoline Eichhorn ... Charlotte Doppler
Hermann Beyer Hermann Beyer ... Helge Doppler
Angela Winkler ... Ines Kahnwald
Anne Ratte-Polle ... Ines Kahnwald 1986
Oliver Masucci ... Ulrich Nielsen
Sebastian Hülk ... Egon Tiedemann 1953
Christian Steyer ... H.G. Tannhaus 1986
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Peter gets a shock. Jonas learns the truth about his family, but there are more surprises still to come. Helge makes a sacrifice.

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Goofs

Jonas Kahnwald wakes up, some time after burning the letter back in episode 7, looks over at his bedside table and on it are his futuristic flashlight, the geiger counter, and the letter (which should no longer exist in that particular timeline). See more »

Quotes

(2017): Most people are nothing but pawns on a chessboard. Led by an unknown hand. Their lives exist only to be sacrificed for a higher goal. Jonas, Mikkel, the children, they're nothing but unfortunate, yet necessary chess moves in an eternal war between good and evil.
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Connections

References Back to the Future (1985) See more »

Soundtracks

Goodbye
Written by Apparat (as Sascha Ring) and Anja Plaschg
Performed by Apparat featuring Anja Plaschg (as Soap&Skin)
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Best of the season.
26 June 2020 | by got24See all my reviews

What this finale made me feel certain was that the season is a slow burner and not at all fast paced which I was expecting it to get from something like Stranger Things. But the slow burn works, and although I don't like that reading subtitles doesn't me focus well on what's off screen I know for certainty that the show is good. I wouldn't know if it's better than Season 1 of Stranger Things, but to me although they are very much alike they are two completely different things in their own ways. Stranger Things is more pop culture and more suitable for kids, while Dark has a more detective feel to it and it's more for adults. I would compare Dark to Harry Potter in a way. Can't wait for the next season, and since this is the best episode of the season I give it a 9.4/10.


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Country:

Germany

Language:

German

Release Date:

1 December 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Germany

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.00 : 1
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