in Spite of the harsh criticism of the mayor of Dortmund, on the latest episode of the Ruhr area-"crime scene" feels Commissioner-actor Jörg Hartmann in the town more welcome. "I had the fear that could not be so. I'm just happy to be here,“ said Hartmann on Thursday on the sidelines of the ongoing filming for another Episode.
He appreciated the openness of the people in comparison to the film-drenched city of Cologne. "Dortmund is beautiful and we will show that, also," he said in the direction of the mayor, Ulrich Sierau. The SPD politician had complained after the broadcast of the episode "wrath" in the beginning of the year with 9.2 million viewers in a rage-letter to the WDR Director Tom Buhrow on the stereotypical negative depiction of Dortmund and of its inhabitants. A screenplay must have "a minimum content in relation to reality". But what was shown in the case of "anger", "is a clumsy representation, without any knowledge of the region", raged Sierau.
facets and chasms
"I know how many facets the city has," said Hartmann, who is embodied in the ARD-crime series the oblique Commissioner Peter Faber. "However, we now show time abysses. If you wish for the beautiful pages, then it is not repealed ,the scene of the crime’ in General.“More about
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in January, Faber had said in an Interview with the "Bild-Zeitung"an invitation to Sierau to the "tasty Pilsken" exchange. Not to be a Meeting it has not yet arrived. "The beer is cold," said Faber. The city announced a Meeting with the "crime scene"-makers arrange. Currently, the rotary run in Dortmund, Germany, work on the next episode: in it there is a reunion with Fabers adversary, and the supposed murderer of his family, Markus Graf (Florian Bartholomäi). (with dpa)