“Male, single, unsatisfied” in the sights of the “Soko Danube”
Also on March 23rd on ORF 1: “It happened in the afternoon” at the “Soko Kitzbühel”
Vienna (OTS) – Harmless rapist or a fearful stalker and misogynist? In a frightening parallel society in which men believe they have all rights, the search for clues leads the “Soko Danube” – with, among others, Romy nominee Maria Happel – on Tuesday, March 23, at 8:15 pm on ORF 1 in a new case ( “Male, single, unsatisfied”). This time, the focus of the investigation is also on Zoe Straub. “It happened in the afternoon” when the young son of an entrepreneur was kidnapped. The first ransom letters arrive soon, and the “Soko Kitzbühel” is back in action at 9:05 pm.
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“Soko Donau -” Male, single, unsatisfied “(Tuesday, March 23, 8:15 p.m., ORF 1)
With Andreas Kiendl, Stefan Jürgens, Lilian Klebow, Brigitte Kren, Maria Happel and Helmut Bohatsch as well as Gerhard Greiner and Zoe Straub in episode roles; Director: Olaf Kreinsen
Christoph Mölker (Gerhard Greiner), leading figure in a questionable misogynous movement that glorifies violence, is found seriously injured in his apartment. One clue leads to an influencer who was raped after a violent argument online. An act of revenge? And what is it with Nick Horny (Daniel Wagner), a self-proclaimed rip-off consultant, but actually a stalker and misogynist? The investigation leads the cops into a terrifying parallel society in which women are worthless and men believe they have all rights.
“Soko Donau” (on ZDF: “Soko Wien”) is a production by Satel-Film in cooperation with ORF and ZDF, made with the support of Fernsehfonds Austria, Filmfonds Wien, Land Oberösterreich, Land Niederösterreich, Cinestyria Filmcommission and Fonds and der Film Commission Graz.
“Soko Kitzbühel – It happened in the afternoon” (Tuesday, March 23, 9:05 p.m., ORF 1)
With Jakob Seeböck, Julia Cencig, Ferry Öllinger, Heinz Marecek, Andrea L’Arronge and Veronika Polly as well as Dominik Warta and Stefano Bernardin in episode roles; Director: Claudia Jüptner-Jonstorff
David, the young son of the entrepreneur Johannes Forster, is kidnapped and the first ransom letters arrive soon. The “Soko” team reacts quickly, and the feverish search for David is pushing the cops to their psychological limits. Lukas (Jakob Seeböck) and Nina (Julia Cencig) suspect the perpetrators in David’s environment and hear Johannes’ (Dominik Warta) estranged brother Matthias (Thomas Clemens), but he is closed. Likewise, Johannes’ colleague Bernhard Kröswang (Stefano Bernardin) is targeted by the “Soko” because he has cultivated a special friendship with David. But Lukas and Nina cannot prove anything to him either, and the time left for David’s rescue is becoming increasingly scarce.
“Soko Kitzbühel” is a co-production by ORF and ZDF, made by Gebhardt Productions.
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