A well-off Munich family offers boarding to a refugee. Diallo from Nigeria soon makes friends among the family members, but they are tested when they have to face racism, bureaucracy and terror suspicions because of him.
Florian David Fitz
Stephan (Christoph Maria Herbst) and his wife Elisabeth (Caroline Peters) organize a dinner in their house in Bonn. Invited are family friend René (Justus von Dohnányi), Thomas (Florian ... See full summary »
Florian David Fitz,
Christoph Maria Herbst
In the final analysis, it all comes down to guilt, different shades of guilt that one assumes in a single moment of thoughtlessness or in months of premeditated planning. Defence Attorney ... See full summary »
The heroes from "Männerherzen - Men in the city" return and are searching for their "one and only true great love" more vigorously than ever, which also happens to be the name of Schlager ... See full summary »
Nika von Altenstadt
Belgium, of all places. What's Belgium got besides chocolates and fries? No matter, this year it was Hannes' and Kiki's turn to choose the destination of their annual bike tour with their ... See full summary »
Florian David Fitz,
Islamic terrorists hijack an airplane with 164 passengers, planing to steer it into a football arena filled with 70 000 people. Major Lars Koch decides against the orders of his superiors and the laws of his country to shoot the airplane which leads to the death of all passengers. Now he is charged for murdering 164 people and the audience takes the role of the jury, deciding the difficult legal and moral question whether it can be considered a crime to kill reletively less innocent but moribund people in order to save tens of thousands.Written by
Two different endings were filmed for the movie: one where the accused is found guilty of murder in 164 cases, and one where he is acquitted of the charges. The viewers then got to vote about the verdict at the end of the movie. Eventually, 87 % of the viewers voted for "not guilty". See more »
A German movie that kind of tries to make a case for and against measures politicians and military can or should take. Or the opposite, with the value of life always being on display. Not to mention morality and humanity. While this subject is touchy to say the least, the handling of the same has some flaws, especially in the acting department.
The movie does seem to have been made to be viewed and make the viewers judge. As in decide where the movie should go. That is what the beginning is suggesting when one actor of the main cast, is talking straight into the camera. And towards the end you will understand what this was about. Now there are arguments to be made for the defense and the prosecutor. It's a shame some aspects seem to be forgotten. But worry not about technical terms, because the movie will lay them out for you ... if only this didn't feel like TV movie of the week ... It did have more potential for sure
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