For once, it was at the "crime scene" less to do with the fact as to the place of beginning from the bird's-eye view zoomed: on the one side of the road, slightly elevated, a North German-cool, handsome brick property, on the other hand, a modest cottage, in which a Couple lives, whose relationship is already something into the years come.
relationship, technically anyway, in every respect, can-do electrical plumbing, and the cashier in a supermarket also have already better times saw. While he looked around as a precaution already times elsewhere, and a crush on, she suffers from envy and a nagging resentment. From the kitchen looking into the living room of the champagne-drinking neighbors, who obviously have a monopoly on not only money, but also equal to the whole fortune.
at least Peggy Stresemann (Katrin Wichmann) a formed in your the reality of increasingly distorting delusions. It penetrates into the neighbor's house, to find a lottery ticket more than 14 million euros, they suspected there. As Thomas Dell, as an interpreter working owner, you Browsing surprised and then verbally humiliated, shoot him with the gun. Back to one of the seven balls mangled corpse, a blood – smeared yellow Wallpaper and a wife, which in its silent suffering seems to be even icy, when she looks already.
After that, however, the crime film rewinds well - versed in the German Psychodrama and predictable: with some lengths, but a few acting performances. missing, fortunately At the end of it has corroded almost a little pity with envy, too forced dolt cashier (not enough) more emotions, but it is not: The totally senseless murder, the bitter pill is added, that her husband with her best friend – and the accumulated capital – in the Intercity.
man, the money is gone – and instead of the happiness is waiting for you in the prison. The best, because double is allowed ambiguous sentence in "Borowski and the happiness of the other," Axel Milberg speak: "to Me, the woman missing to happiness." (Editorial Tamedia)
Created: 03.03.2019, 22:33 PM