Sunday, December 5, 2021

Crime with a strong quota "Under all sow" – "crime scene" from Berlin triggers discussions

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This Sunday thriller caused quite a stir on the sofas of the republic. Many viewers found parts of the story disturbing – and expressed their displeasure. Others celebrated the courage of the format.

9.01 million viewers tuned into the “The Cold and the Dead” case on Sunday evening at 8:15 pm. The 90-minute film thus achieved an average market share of 27.2 percent, and one in four of the young viewers turned on the crime thriller. A great success for the team from Berlin. Nina Rubin (Meret Becker) and Robert Karow (Mark Waschke) had this time to solve the gruesome murder of a medical student.

It was clear from the start that this case would cause controversy. One reason for this: the language. Because in the Berlin “Tatort” a lot of sex was shown and talked about sex without mincing words. On the contrary: sex has been described and named in all possible variations.

“Today, the inclined viewer is shown different genitals in moving images. In addition, various synonyms for the performance of coitus are heard,” wrote the “Tatort” social media team and then explained: “What do you want to do. Stop it.” Balin, huh? “

Not everyone was enthusiastic about it. So it was read in the comment columns on Twitter that this “crime scene” should rather be viewed without the parents. Otherwise, moments full of foreign shame could quickly arise. One user even remarked: “The language was a mess. It couldn’t be dirtier. It’s a shame.” Obviously, the rhetoric was an aspect that was assessed very differently.

Because other viewers also rated the “dirty” positively: “Good story, calm and dirty, unadorned – had everything a good ‘crime scene’ needs”, it was said, for example. There was no agreement, but there was a million dollar reach that is impressive. In the Berlin “Tatort” team, satisfaction is likely to have dominated.

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