Isa's (Sabine Postel) brother Egin (Frank Röth), who had been accused of murder and had therefore gone into hiding, suddenly appeared at her door. He arrests her and his mother because he wants to force something: He has leukemia and only Isa can save his life by donating a bone marrow. This puts Isa in a dilemma: why should she help her brother, since he tried to frame her for murder a few years ago?
After the death of Queen Elizabeth II, her son Charles, the seemingly eternal heir to the throne, inherits a difficult office. What new accents will he set as King of Great Britain and Northern Ireland? He takes over the crown in extremely difficult times. What are his plans for reforming the monarchy? Will the people accept him - and will he crown his controversial wife Camilla as queen? Now it will be seen whether the people have forgiven him for his part in the tragedy of Princess Diana.
Longfellow Deeds (Adam Sandler), pizza maker and amateur poet, is a likeable oddball. The residents of the sleepy provincial town of Mandrake Falls love him. Then Deeds learns that he's inheriting $40 billion from an uncle. As heir to the throne of the deceased media entrepreneur, the country bumpkin ends up in the glittering metropolis of New York. Joker Deeds is not intimidated and turns his shop upside down and throws the new dollars around. But financial sharks and windy TV journalists are already lurking to finish off the naive.
Paris, mid 1950s. A brutal murderer of women terrifies the city. His victims were seemingly chosen at random and were not robbed or sexually abused. Inspector Maigret (Rowan Atkinson) frantically searches for a scheme, but apart from brown hair, the women had nothing in common. When a young mother is killed, the pressure on the investigator mounts. A psychiatrist friend who considers the perpetrator to be self-important eventually gives the inspector a risky idea: through a public provocation, Maigret wants to induce the killer to attempt another murder - and arrest him in the process.