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Die Flut ist pünktlich (2014)

A corpse is washed on the North Sea. The dead man is Alexander (August Zirner), the husband of the beautiful, mysterious Bettina (Ina Weisse). Although the marriage was unhappy and her ... See full summary »

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Ina Weisse ...
Bettina Halbach
August Zirner ...
Alexander Halbach
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Maike Harms
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Tom Larson
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Mia Halbach
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Ulrike Larson
Jan Peter Heyne ...
Bengt Harms
Lutz Blochberger
Hans Martin Stier ...
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A corpse is washed on the North Sea. The dead man is Alexander (August Zirner), the husband of the beautiful, mysterious Bettina (Ina Weisse). Although the marriage was unhappy and her relationship had long been on ice, she had always kept him during his severe kidney disease. The couple had a summer house on the island, in which she retired for several months. In the end, she also lived with her lover Tom (Jürgen Vogel). The marriage of Tom and Ulrike (Nicolette Krebitz), who lead a pension on the island, therefore goes through a deep crisis. Written by lament

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Suspicion can lead into the wrong direction
5 September 2016 | by (Florida USA) – See all my reviews

The mysterious death of a husband and father leads local police to look at the clues that lead to intimate secrets revealed in a small community. There are very few leads, but the investigation continues, despite the fact that the local policewoman is a member of the small community as well.

The cinematography is well done and gives the audience a real sense of the type of person that lives there. It shows the serene but dangerous coastline and life of the people there. Simple living can become complex, people you know can become strangers, and professionalism supersedes personal bias. A slow-moving, yet poignant film.


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