A murder in Travemünde plunges Gesine Cukrowski in her role as detective inspector Tina Campenhausen into deep conflicts. What does her sister Jenny, played by Katharina Wackernagel, have to do with the dead man? Pure suspense!
It seems to be a case like any other. Just in time for the weekend, which detective inspector Tina Campenhausen (Gesine Cukrowski) actually wanted to spend with her family, she is called to a hotel in Travemünde. There a hotel guest was found dead in the bathtub. At first, everything points to a tragic suicide, but then Tina Campenhausen realizes that she knows the dead man from before, but she keeps this secret from her colleagues. In her private life, Tina is also caught up with her past when her sister Jenny Hansen (Katharina Wackernagel), with whom she has had no contact since childhood, suddenly appears at her door – supposedly to reconcile with Tina. Tina doesn’t trust the peace, and in fact the clues are mounting that Jenny might have something to do with the death of the hotel guest von Brederstein. Tina gets into the biggest conflict of conscience of her life. While she gets more and more entangled in inconsistencies and deviates from the path of the correct policewoman, Jenny plays her way into the hearts of Tina’s family and that of police colleague Chris. Tina feels more and more like a stranger in her own life, and everything she holds dear threatens to slip awayâ€¦.
A film about unresolved pasts and personal guilt, told as a suspenseful psychological thriller, starring Gesine Cukrowski and Katharina Wackernagel. Other roles are played by Michael Mendl, Matthias Koeberlin, Johanna Gastdorf and Götz Schubert. The film is directed by Tim Trageser from a script by Kathrin Richter and Jürgen Schlagenhof, based on an idea by Hanno Hackfort and Michael Helfrich. The film is produced by Network Movie Cologne, Wolfgang Cimera. Pit Rampelt is the ZDF editor. Filming will continue until the end of February in Hamburg, Lübeck and on the Baltic Sea.