"Crime scene: The looks of others": That's the new Black Forest thriller

In "Tatort: ​​The Views of Others" (November 6, 8:15 p.

"Crime scene: The looks of others": That's the new Black Forest thriller

In "Tatort: ​​The Views of Others" (November 6, 8:15 p.m., the first), investigators Franziska Tobler (Eva Löbau, 50) and Friedemann Berg (Hans-Jochen Wagner, 53) become the suspected scene of a crime in the Suburban idyll of a small town in Breisgau.

A marriage bed covered in blood, no corpse, but there is no trace of a father and his son. Although there is no standard for how a woman should behave when her husband and son are missing, Sandra Vogt's (Lisa Hagmeister, b. 1979) stoic behavior particularly irritates inspectors Tobler and Berg as they try to solve the family tragedy...

Yes. A successful, classic crime thriller awaits the viewers, in which you can really puzzle together with the investigators for a long time as to what just happened in this house near Freiburg. The hitherto often somewhat clumsy investigators present themselves this time - perhaps even for the first time - as still sympathetic, but also very smart police officers. One can only wish for both of them that this case marks a kind of new beginning in this sense.

The "crime scene" is part of the ARD theme week "We are wanted! - What keeps us together?", which starts on Sunday morning with the children's program. All related programs in a wide variety of formats address what holds society together - and where this is difficult. In "Tatort: ​​The Views of Others" it is apparent again and again how much Sandra Vogt, who apparently does not come from the place, was not integrated into the community - and what this "D'Sandra is just d'Sandra" with her made.

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