Now it's also Amsterdam. After cities such as Athens, Barcelona, Bolzano, Lisbon and Zurich, soon, Prague will join enthusiasm on Thursday in the first (on December 6).
It is also being investigated in Croatia, on Usedom and soon in Ireland (spring 2019). Here's just a selection of ARD excitement that can play in some cities or regions. The first series "The Amsterdam thriller" will begin on Thursday (22 November) at 8.15 pm. The first episode "Death in the Prinzengracht" is called the second, "Resurrection of the Dead" based on it, just a week later. The perpetrators question Hannes Jaenicke (58) as a researcher LKA, Alex Pollack.
It starts at once high: At the British Central Station that triggered there, he decided to get there, he shot shooting to protect his colleague, Katja Wolf (Alice Dwyer). A little later it became clear that private reasons also played a role, because he has a relationship with her, who should remain confidential. Also because it is based on the head of mafia, Koning (Raymond Thiry) and as the main doubt he counts on the murder of a Amsterdam police colleague.
She's been working for a period of time – hidden by Isabel Baumann – for Tom Fischer's shipbuilder (really gas: Sascha Alexander Geršak), who, of course, works as a drug messenger and offers an offer her marriage As she has a transmitter, she is constantly associated with Pollack. He must listen to this – as well as Fischer arrests it suddenly and he seems to mention him; He had seen through his game.
The view is much harder for the viewer, because Pollack works completely hidden, so without knowing his head and without the necessary information for the Dutch police Bram de Groot ( very authentic: Fedja van Huet). At some point, both then work with each other, but – be it all realistic and factual research, an open question. The major theme of the film is trust and trust.
Hannes Jaenicke is currently working on a new ZDF report on the disappearance of a native song and migratory birds. In terms of his new role as a researcher, he told the German press agency: "Even if the series is called a" movie ", our movie is full of film. so much about the offense of drama and the "Who has this body on conscience?" In addition, the movie is about a banned love story, which is a little short of the crime gap known in critically.
That could be the case. "The thriller Crime" was first brought to an end with Jaenicke in 2016. This time, it seems that this should not be scared, as the movie seems increasingly brutal (director: Michael Kreindl), in showcasing good actors, is said to be exciting, offering plenty of steps with smartphone built-ups and almost no tourist postcard trail.
The Jaenicke surface is often seen close, as well as hidden microphones or apparently random secret meetings at the Reich Museum or on a rescue ship. Clichés will not be overused in the new "Amsterdam film". Viewers learn that the residents of the city do not usually wear wooden shoes – and they are not even confident.