“Tatort”: Is “Deadly Flood” based on a true case? – 4 questions result

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Updated January 24, 2021 at 9:53 p.m.

  •  The  Hamburg “Tatort: ​​Deadly Flood” revolves around the island of Norderney and the person of the investigative journalist Imke Leopold.
  • She believes she has tracked down a corruption scandal on Norderney and demands help from inspectors Thorsten Falke and Julia Grosz.

You can find more about the “crime scene” here

Who is the actress of the journalist Imke Leopold?

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 The  character, whose passion borders on fanaticism, is played convincingly by Franziska Hartmann. Born in 1984 near Munich, she studied drama in Leipzig. In Hamburg, where she lives today, she was a permanent member of the Thalia © www.de24.news

 The ater ensemble for many years and continues to perform there. A psychologically intense role Franziska Hartmann also played in 2017 in the award-winning television film “Über Barbarossaplatz” as a therapy patient alongside Joachim Kròl and Bibiana Beglau.

In “Stars Above Us” she was seen as a single mother who, after giving up an apartment, begins to spend the night with her son in the forest. That was why there was the in 2020 German television award for best actress. When a crime story she had spoken received the German Audiobook Prize for the best children’s book in 2018, Franziska Hartmann gave the media site of the Catholic Borromeo Association an interview in which she gave the Likening her acting career to traveling: “It happens automatically, through the lyrics, the costumes and the mask. It’s even easier from piece to piece. Different ensembles, different stages – it’s like traveling to another place.”

Traveling alone, like music (she sings and plays the violin), is another passion of Franziska Hartmann: “I enjoy it, with a camera, diary and backpack to travel around the area and to be completely guided by impulses. “She has traveled a lot:” Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, India, Bolivia, Nicaragua, Georgia, Armenia, Cuba, Iran, Myanmar, Peru, Sri Lanka, Australia … “© www.de24.news

 The  world has so much to offer and I want to see a lot more. “

What makes the music of this “crime scene” so special?

With “Deadly Flood” the NDR Radiophilharmonie for the first time recorded the music for a “crime scene”. It was written by the musicians and Film composer Peter Hinderthür (“© www.de24.news

 The  Baader Meinhof Complex”, “Gladbeck”) and Stefan Will. © www.de24.news

 The  38-year-old was the guest conductor of the NDR Radiophilharmonie Christian Schumannwho also works as a film composer himself.

In the press booklet for “Tödliche Arbeit”, he explains how the collaboration worked: “© www.de24.news

 The  two composers were during the recordingswhich turned out to be very valuable. So we could always consult: here please a harder mallet, there an even glissando! As a conductor, I also like to make suggestions to the composer. This time I could just turn around in the recording room and ask: Should we try it one way or another? Wouldn’t it be better if the sound quickly became quiet at this point instead of slowly flattening out? “

How is such a film score created?

Also Composer Stefan Will (“4 Blocks”) explains his work in the press booklet. It is particularly important to him when reading a script Outline ideas. And “as soon as the first editing sequences are available, I will make the music that is already intended for the rough cut approval. Otherwise, that happens when editing any music from Hollywood productions is placed under the scenes, which everyone finds great after watching them twenty times. And then I should write something similar. I’ve been trying to avoid that for years. That’s why I put them early Basic mood and some subjects fest.”

With the “Tatort” the challenge for everyone involved was to use the whole orchestra without overloading the film: “© www.de24.news

 The re is three large atmospheric sequences in the film, at the beginning, in the middle and at the end, which really give space to the music. Otherwise our music will hold up inconspicuously in the background and don’t interfere when the commissioners speak. We didn’t set ‘Indiana Jones’ to music, but one north german ‘crime scene’who has a completely different attitude than an American fantasy saga. “

Is Deadly Flood Based on a Real Case?

David Sandreuter, who wrote the script based on an idea by Arne Nolting and Jan Martin Scharf, reassures us: © www.de24.news

 The  corruption case is “fictitious and has nothing to do with Norderney. I have researched on the island and with that Mayor spokenwho is very decent and conscientious. Also the environmental Protection is taken seriously there. “

Indeed there is no building scandalthat has made national headlines – it is only occasionally from earlier ugly buildings on the beach promenade the speech that “Spiegel” described in 2007 as “like from a textbook about building sins from the seventies”. As a prime example of modern architecture that blends in with the landscape, the Milchbar with their large picture windows to the sea. In the popular meeting place was also shot, here the inspectors at the tea city council Lohmann.

Norderney is (according to Borkum) the second largest of the East Frisian Islands. Only the west is built on, over three quarters of the island belong to the Lower Saxony Wadden Sea National Park and thus to the UNESCO world natural heritage© www.de24.news

 The  fact that its strict requirements, especially when it comes to fishing, are often not adhered to is regularly criticized by nature conservation associations.




In 2020 the “crime scene” was 50 years old. So now he’s in his prime, as some would say. On average, 9.1 million viewers saw each of the 36 new episodes in the linear broadcast of the first. What can viewers expect in the new year? An overview by team of what’s going on at the “Tatort” 2021.





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