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marked one year since the son of mine went missing it was then that the country's president reaffirmed his commitment to finding out what happened the next day the submarine was faint but the families are still looking for me as to why it feel done so catastrophic lee. and that's the news this hour on d w thanks for watching. i'm skilled at the work that's hard and in the end this for me you are not a lot of the year and more we will send you back. are you familiar with this. with the smugglers with lions of the beach what's your story. i mean when i was in women especially in victims of violence in rooms and take part
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and send us your story we are trying in all ways to understand this new culture. you are not a visitor another yet you want to become a citizen. in four migrants your platform for reliable information. hello and welcome to a special and binge were the series edition of q no we are mad about movies but we are also serious series junkies. small screen drama is booming with more serious than ever before being produced in countries all around the world many
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are finding global audiences germany has secured its slice of the cake that lavishly produced garbage on palin is just one of a host of german shows enjoying international acclaim. the german capital berlin is being explored as a versatile location by a growing number of productions and it's not just the roaring twenty's the city's more recent past and its present are also being mined for series gold. is ready for its close up. so instead my scene is a magnet for ravers from all over the world a new series celebrates the city's infamous nightlife it's called beat which is also the name of the main character around the series spence. technique clubs have given germany a brand new image. to the market one it's become a real selling point and for berlin the club scene is probably the main source of
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revenue after historical sites we have a very open liberal sexually permissive nightlife and club scene which is extremely liberal also when it comes to drugs. on top c.n.n. . in the series the clubs of the scene of all sorts of heinous crime murder illegal operations on refugees and organ trafficking. immediate recruit speech in a bid to fight organized crime series shows an ecstasy fueled dark side of the city to act on it to the gulf to the chasms that opened up in everyone a very very deep and that goes for all the people we meet in the series we always said this is the night and amelia is the day and i love the night very much until eleven o'clock in the evening. a good two thirds of this series takes place at night and i just full of color and the day is grey but it's doesn't get much sleep . loss is a serious threat and
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a different violin that follows gangland balsam drug lord turning hamadi and the lebanese clan he rules over in a multicultural just part of north korea and. building your jets on trying to come down on top of. the series is pretty and realistic even star some real life locals some with criminal records of their own soldiers have an iconic machine which will. what number do you. think is a minute of george clinton deutschen. four blocks exposes the inner workings of the klan and makes the city look like an older version of the bronx a broken down city where the authorities struggle to carve. this forty second fight in this would. get under contract to the man that so and their lives languish and have to stop everything he says to see him for about. four blocks
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is one of a hostile frantic series on the market right now it's a brutal visually stunning and somewhat terrifying portrayal of life in a problem district of the capital. lathi in berlin also features indoor chant eighty six. and east german spy in exile in south africa wants to go home with just two. hundred folks but i just love to plant the hunted it and hook it into our but i'm creating. it was a chance i had to ask the stuff of yesterday and our first series concentrated on the german germ conflict within the cold war and even the most we now see more of the global dimension sameem. it's an action packed series with east and west facing off. the end behind the goal from the communist perspective and that's part of the push. is a bit of
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a clue to. the traditional if you live in the city and the script was written by an american having a little distance from the subject may have helped and i'm talking. to my kids. and pop to. the east and get us that's not an issue long and i don't think it's far enough in the past yet for germany to approach the subject with this light touch tone that i. mean and kind of. and this is what the looks like in the us production the city as a haven for whistleblowers and money gates pursued by a cia very at home on german soil nobody is safe to cling to sneak into. common karmas. in the. modern day berlin as a hub for agent and distance alike perhaps this isn't so far from the truth.
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now to a serious actor who has made the german capital his home when he's not jetting around the world on a variety of very different assignments tom for the show up will be familiar to many juju a key role in u.s. series game of thrones now he's starring in a new german series based on both parents and oscar nominated one nine hundred eighty one movie sports we caught up with the serious star in belle it. is not too well known on the streets of berlin but tom flashier has already made a name for himself of all. he's played in no less than three u.s. productions to critical acclaim. now he's starring in a t.v. version of the classic film does sport set in the german submarine and world war two little kooky russia is chilling as an as as office a. small film from shop smart as to who's
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a cohort of. the actor loves playing baddies. does more does it a sebastian to have to hide. every item or unfortunately i've experienced too often that the goodies of boring so i don't have anything against playing more ambivalent characters and be willing to concoct a it's a change in the most expensive series of all time scale of thrones place you can have a secretive killer a man without a face. might find you was no. if you were. a system for a moment. you were still someone. it's mark. my maturity sure the movie cut i really like series because you have the possibility
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to explore a character and a role in more detail and more depth so you often hear for certain. whether in hollywood or germany tom daschle had gives one hundred percent every time a serious task on the way up. and finally a look behind the scenes of the international series world where all the news stories coming from and with increasingly intense competition between streaming services would it be continued boom or bust for the series we've got ten on a summit of series movers and shakers to try and find some answers. the european t.v. drama laughed in. a meeting place for independent produces television stations as well the so-called show runners to not only script series but to read does well. and will go wrong when the coulson michael romanov said he was of ronald chipping
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in for a romanov i'm from a lot more and more series are flooding the market and networking has become. supreme importance in this overheated high caliber world which about us both money and manpower. the biggest trend in american television is is just that there's a lot of it right now in twenty seven t.v. in america there were four hundred maybe seven scripted television series which was last year at all time high is probably growing when i go for it loves it people used to look down on series so it wasn't so long ago that they reclaimed their status as the pinnacle of what t.v. can do. to them in europe started with nordic high quality crime drama from scandinavia which was dark and disturbing. sash and desolate landscapes nor that more focused on this twisted characters broken families and human despair these are not became hugely popular around the
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world. we just told our stories from from the point of view that is very danish and they were true true we are a thing we are still trying to find stories that comes from within our country and for the in our nature. southeastern europe the german romanian coproduction hackable sometimes on hackers and organized cyber crime across several european countries to hackers and barely out of bed diapers but already hacking german banks . streaming sites compete to get the best european stories. the sort of thrill european countries like poland for example have this huge those are of war of stories that were never told and i'm not political world historical topics but you know legend smith's also what's happening right now the
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transformation of light in eighty nine the u.s. of course still has stories to tell how deep is the therapist. treats returning soldiers homecoming is a safe space here versus your military experience and in fact. the latest amazon crew is a show with hollywood a lister julia roberts who was reluctant at first to do a series this year a number of series an amount of money involved means the market is under a lot of strain where you're seeing in america is a lot of consolidation some of the big bigger companies are starting to merge and unify resources so i think the number of the big players make it smaller but i do think that will breed more independent studios to the prints and it's not an impossible to keep up with all the new series you those who tiles cliffhangers are of course welcome back at cinemas for stories with sometimes fine endings. i. back to the movies well that wouldn't be too
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