Tatort Dortmund Pawlak Ehefrau | One of the peculiarities of the Dortmunder “Tatort” is that Kommissar Peter Faber (Jörg Hartmann) and Kommissarin Martina Bönisch (Anna Schudt) regularly play a role in the investigation of a crime.
Then they transform into Täters and Victims, enacting each possible Tathergang in order to figure out the sequence of events and motives.
It’s a tedious, irritating game, because Faber and Bönisch come closer to each other than they would be in real life. In their 22nd year, they haven’t changed much.
Fall seit der Premiere vor knapp zehn Jahren: Was dort seit geraumer Zeit knistert, entlädt sich nach gemeinsamem Rollenspiel in einem Kuss, der wahrscheinlich etwas mehr als ein Spiel ist. (ARD, Sonntag, 20:15, “Tatort: Liebe mich”)
In Dortmund, everything is different with the phrase “Liebe mich.” Weniger aufgrund der Annäherung der beiden Hauptfiguren, who are the only ones left from the Premieren-Besetzung.
Even more so, because the finale holds a genuine surprise in store. As a result, the film was only made available in advance to a small group of critics.
Geheimnistuerei is a tried-and-true PR strategy for creating excitement and, ideally, increasing the number of sign-ups. However, when one considers the “Tatort”-Geschichte’s unusual ending, the strategy appears to be justified.
It was also about the Ehefrau of Kommissar Jan Pawlak in the new “Tatort” from Dortmund (Rick Okon).
Ella Tremmel has been separated from him and their daughter Mia for more than a year and now finds herself on the verge of a murder investigation her new lover, nightclub owner Georg “Micki” Micklitza (Sascha Gersak), is involved in the case.
Ella Tremmel, the drug-addicted character, is played by Anke Retzlaff, who is no stranger to the role. According to her website, the 32-year-old studied music (singing, composing, and playing the piano) at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover, followed by acting at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater Rostock.
Kommissar Jan Pawlak (Rick Okon) divorces his wife and daughter Mia in order to eke out an eisatz. But before he gets to the Tatort, he’s already been called back a man has broken into his house.
During this time, the Kommissars Peter Faber (Jörg Hartmann) and Martina Bönisch (Anna Schudt) are investigating a murder in an Einfamilienhaus. Luisa Céline Gaffron’s Evelyn Kohnai (Luisa Céline Gaffron) sits blutverschmiert with a skalpell in her hand in front of a dead man.
Die Frau is first unconcerned with the act. Because, as her name implies, she is both a Täterin and a Victim. The tote has contributed to the abuse of children and has previously harmed them.