In 'The Oldenheim 12' we follow the lives of the residents of the extremely traditional Dutch village of Oldenheim. The locals are shaken to the core when they suddenly face a series of mysterious disappearances.
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In 'The Oldenheim 12' we follow the lives of the residents of the extremely traditional Dutch village of Oldenheim, where the same families have lived for generations and where social control is strong. The locals are shaken to the core when they suddenly face a series of mysterious disappearances. Suspicions start to spread through the normally close-knit community as the village tragedy takes on ever greater forms.
This is not a well thought out series in that the plot is full of holes, with events occurring to fit the story rather than to be logical. Watching all 12 hours will waste 12 hours of your life that you will never get back. The story drags on and on to the point of being tiresome. The acting is not great, the characters all unlikable, and there are so many subplots within the series that one almost needs a spreadsheet to keep track of who's who.
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