Criminal: Germany: Season 1 (2019)


Season 1
Criminal: Germany

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Episodes

Air date: Sep 20, 2019

The inspectors question a real estate developer about a missing handyman -- and the skeleton found beneath his first project in the old East Berlin.

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Air date: Sep 20, 2019

A formerly clear-cut case of domestic violence grows murky as a powerful father-in-law's lawyer inserts himself into the mix to control the narrative.

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Air date: Sep 20, 2019

A detective tries to extract the location of a body from a serial killer's hardened lover; the inspector puts herself on the line and steps in.

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Cast & Crew

Eva Meckbach
Nadine Keller

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Sylvester Groth
Karl Schulz

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Florence Kasumba
Antje Borchert

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Christian Kuchenbuch
Martin Ludwig

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Jonathan Berlin
Stefan Proska

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Audience Reviews for Criminal: Germany: Season 1

  • Sep 08, 2020
    Criminal (Germany) has some interesting stories. It's first episode, in particular, has a clever turnaround. Yet, overall, it lacks character development or the kind of depth one would expect from a one room drama.
  • May 31, 2020
    El valor de la palabra /////////////////// La serie Criminal parte de interesantes premisas formales: bloques de tres capítulos unitarios (formato casi en extinción salvo en las sitcoms), uno por país (Alemania, España, Francia y Reino Unido). Todos se sitúan en el mismo escenario: la sala de interrogatorios, la cabina tras el vidrio de la cámara Gesell y un pasillo/vestíbulo. Y todos transcurren en tiempo real. En la foto vemos a los dos protagonistas de Criminal Alemania (aún no vi los otros nueve episodios), que buscan resolver aspectos de un caso en cada uno de los tres capítulos. Él es el temperamental inspector Schulz (Sylvester Groth) y ella la fría inspectora Keller (una notable Eva Meckbach), quien además cumple funciones de auditoría en esa comisaría. Los casos tienen que ver con asesinatos de larga data o con violencia doméstica, cobrando protagonismo la problemática entre las dos Alemanias, las diferencias de clase o los alemanes de origen extranjero, por ejemplo. El director de los tres capítulos es nada menos que Oliver Hirschbiegel, quien dirigiera La caída, destacándose entre los interrogados la gran Nina Hoss (actriz fetiche de varias películas de Christian Petzold) y Peter Kurth. En suma, un policial puramente procedimental, de impronta teatral (aunque no se siente) con una concisión que se agradece frente a tantos ejemplos de series con arcos narrativos que se estiran o complican innecesariamente. miniseries netflix policial series series alemanas

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