The scene of the crime from the Saarland: The Good give the lost Items


    Devid Striesow is one of the most interesting actors in the German-speaking countries. He often shows pictures of book the average person, whose mental asymmetries and deformities, betrayed only in the course of the game. Not infrequently, a raging animal hides in Biedermann. Words are in such Striesow roles of their victim, and precise targeting of weapons. Time is treated as a counter-player. The language of wounds suggests the Opposite, then he will be destroyed mercilessly.

    Whether as a head of a dead bodies the company is a consultant trio, the African tourist is attacked luxury hostel of terrorists (“time of the cannibals”), or as a pedophile child killers (“The white rabbit”) or with Eva Löbau in the award-winning radio play “most Africans can’t swim”. Other Role designs will-o-morally, as the Stasi-interrogation officer Jan (with Claudia Michelsen in “12: I love you”), or touchingly as the mother bent architect Fritjof, the “blueberry blue” in a hospice under the Dying love of Life. Luther, way of St. James-pilgrims; television, radio play, do not forget to the Theater, Striesow seems in his voice verbuhlten Striesow type created for all the players, you listen so well, as always, with income and is watching.

    You saw the Commissioner at work – rarely more

    Only in the Saarland “the scene of the crime” was he not a place, it seemed. Since 2013, he occupied as Commissioner Jens Stellbrink, the role of the Quirky, drove a Vespa, and made unkollegiale antics – which, in contrast to the exalted investigators from Weimar and the best comedians from Münster importance of hard, but other than Jörg Hartmann, Dortmund’s Maverick character is also not taken seriously was. Then, you renounced the character of fuss, leaving the Absurd to the Other and turned, as in “sons and fathers” (2017), the circumstances of the cases to the centre. You saw the Commissioner at work – rarely more.

    Now, on Striesows own desire. Thomas Kleist, Director of the Saarländischer Rundfunk, regrets the departure. “A success story,” said Kleist, “the scene of the crime”. You owe the Striesow-time “the strongest audience numbers in SR-crime scenes since 1992”. So the result is “dead silence” came to tens of millions. This is, in fact, in a nationwide “crime scene”comparison, remarkable.

    After eight follow Commissioner Jens stellbrink stop now, so, without fanfare, unspectacular, remains in a still, dramatic, and certainly dedicated a result, in the Personal of the police officers up to a random view on the roof terrace of his apartment. Only an investigator doing his Job. Finally, however, the Extreme face in case of a strangled student nurse sums up the consequences of the death.