Against many odds, Bertolt Brecht's "The Threepenny Opera" becomes a phenomenal success. The film industry picks up the scent and seeks to make the master direct a film version of his "play... See full summary »
Shy law student Martin falls for his mysterious landlady, who lives next door behind a thin wall. While trying to find out if she's responsible for the disappearance of the previous tenant, Martin experiences the horror of his first love.
Hans calls his girlfriend Heinz, which tells you everything you need to know about their relationship. They're a typical couple who're stuck in a rut after eight years. Hans works at a copy... See full summary »
Landlord Kohlhiesl has two daughters that couldn't be more different: Lisel, the older one, is a clumsy fellow. Gretel on the other side is pretty and charming. Gretel wants to marry, but ... See full summary »
Axel von Ambesser
Franz Eberhofer feels comfortable as a cop in the small Bavarian village of Niederkaltenkirchen. His transfer to Munich is inconvenient for him. But soon a murder case brings him back to his tiny village.
Lisa Maria Potthoff
Got my first jacket at Moshammer in the late 80s. Borne and raised in Bavaria - Rudolph sure was a thing. The likeness of mom, Daisy and Rudy (Schmauser FTW), the over all feel of the decade, is well caught, 80s Munich depicted good enough. Over all - it's our loval "Behind the Candelabra" sort of - in TV movie form and it's fun.
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