Sybille (Stefanie Stappenbeck) wakes up in a strange hotel room with a bloodstained knife in her hand. Next to her is her husband, Michael - brutally murdered. The police are on their way, ...
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20-year-old Janine Grabowski disappears in a small Bavarian town near the Czech border. While all evidence indicates that Janine secretly wanted to leave the backcountry, her mother, ... See full summary »
Randolph Tiefenthaler and his wife Rebecca have bought a beautiful 1920s house and move in with their children. The only condition for the sale was that the former owner's brother would be allowed to continue living in the basement.
End of the 1970s in East Germany: Fred and Jonas are close friends. The 10-year-olds live near at the German-German frontier. After the mother from Jonas has made an exit application, the ... See full summary »
Katharina M. Schubert
Carlos Benede is inspector in the victim protection unit. He has to care for 11 years old Alexander, whose mother was killed by his father in front of his eyes. Alexander has to testify as ... See full summary »
Vincent Zur Linden
Sybille (Stefanie Stappenbeck) wakes up in a strange hotel room with a bloodstained knife in her hand. Next to her is her husband, Michael - brutally murdered. The police are on their way, She herself does not remember anything. She flees in panic. The dead man is believed lost, the notary Michael (Steve Windolf). One and a half years earlier, he had sold 20 million euros of misappropriated client funds to South America. He had left her pregnant wife behind without explanation. She lost her house, her entire possessions - and her baby. Although her grief and anger at him are limitless, she is certain that she is not the murderer. To prove her innocence, she sets out to find the real culprit. Commissioners Tanja (Josefine Preuß) and Rainer (Henning Baum) are hot on her heels. She gets help from her friend Gabi (Katharina Schüttler) and her husband Ullrich (Marcus Mittermeier), and her husband's former office partner. Bit by bit, her memory gap closes. She begins to realize the great ...Written by