Babylon Berlin ist eine deutsche Kriminal-Fernsehserie, die von X Filme Creative Pool in Koproduktion mit ARD Degeto, Sky und Beta Film produziert wird. Babylon Berlin Staffel 3 | Kommissar Gereon Rath ermittelt in einem neuen Fall Neue Stars der Serie sind Meret Becker, Ronald Zehrfeld, Sabin Tambrea. In den `Goldenen 20er Jahren', einer Zeit des Umbruchs, wird der junge Kommissar Gereon Rath aus Köln nach Berlin versetzt. Seine Ermittlungen in der Reichshauptstadt führen ihn in einen Sumpf aus Drogen, Korruption, Kunst und Extremismus.
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But th Email: info devdiscourse. Alfred Nyssen and Helga Rath — Nyssen was part of the Reichswehr conspiracy of seasons 1 and 2, and is somewhat adrift in season 3.
However, he correctly guesses that the stock market is on the verge of collapse, and hatches a complicated scheme to bet against it, which will net him over a hundred million Reichsmarks if successful.
This subplot was a welcome change, and humanized Nyssen quite well, as he connected with Helga in their mutual unhappiness with life. Like Horst Kessler, Nyssen seems to be something of an amalgam of the Krupp Steel Company, along with the wealthy industrialist Fritz Thyssen , but his personality seems to be wholly original.
The Armenians — the aforementioned Edgar Kasabian features prominently in this season, along with his wife — Esther — and their friend, Walter Weintraub, recently released from prison.
Eager to salvage the production of Demons of Passion , Kasabian and Weintraub search the Berlin underworld for any potential leads and enemies.
Meanwhile, Esther eventually takes over the starring role after the other replacements are murdered by the Phantom of the Cinema. These scenes are most interesting for their peek into the Berlin underworld, but unfortunately the characters felt a bit flat.
Apparently, the Armenian is a new addition created for the show. His novel equivalent is Johann Marlow, which I suspect is a nod to Raymond Chandler.
The Phantom of the Cinema — basically, this plot functions as the spine of season 3. The ritual is led by a mysterious Dr.
I loved the occult atmosphere in Weimar Germany, and wished more of it was shown. Rath arrests Krempin, who admits to sabotage but denies killing Winter, before being shot dead by a cloaked figure.
Recasting of Winter's role begins at Babelsberg. Rath interrogates Tristan Rot, who admits to an occult connection with Krempin.
The cloak is Rot's costume for the film. A seamstress admits that Krempin got her to steal a copy of it, but confirms his alibi for Winter's murder.
Tilly Brooks is cast in Winter's role. Edgar wants to co-operate with Rath to find the killer, and informs him that Dr.
Schmidt's PTSD cure comes with a price. Vera, who had also wanted the starring role, locks Tilly in the dressing room.
The producers, angered by her not showing up on the set, replace Tilly with Vera. Tilly is killed by the cloaked figure, whom Charlotte then sees escaping from the window to the courtyard.
Greta recants her testimony, now stating that Communists rather than Nazis incited her to plant the bomb. Charlotte tells her superiors about her insights regarding the Phantom case.
Gennat lectures her about protocol, and assigns Böhm to lead the investigation in Rath's place. In prison, Greta is attacked by Dr.
Völcker, who tries to find out why she recanted. Czerwinski and Henning learn from the studio's beverage suppliers that Rot had the key to the studio courtyard just before the murder.
When they leave, they are watched by a mysterious man. Amongst Krempin's belongings, Rath finds a box of occult items and a secret invitation to a ceremony at Rot's house.
Ilse finds out she needs an expensive eye surgery. Charlotte is given a bundle of her mother's letters by the former neighbour and finds a postcard from "E", who may be her real father.
On her way home, she sees Helga enter the hotel. Helga meets with Nyssen, who offers to let her use the suite, which belongs to his family, for as long as she wants.
Rath asks Henning to find Helga. At Rath's bidding, Gräf accesses the archives to photograph Greta's interrogation. The archive attendant remembers him from the red-light district and forces him to give oral sex.
Later, Gräf and Rath look at the photos and notice Katelbach's name on a secret list compiled by the political police. Over drinks, Gräf tells Rath about how Gennat pulled him off the street and got him a job as police photographer.
They dance together drunkenly. Charlotte goes dancing with Vera, who is her old friend from Moka Efti. She encourages Charlotte to go find "E" and comes onto her.
Böhm gives Charlotte a menial assignment, but Rath tells her to instead investigate the secret list. A Nazi active named Horst Kessler, whose name is on the list, hires sex worker Erna for the day with plans to rescue her from her pimp.
In court, Greta is sentenced to death and refuses appeal. Rath sees Wendt whisper to Benda's widow. Charlotte is upset by the sentence and disappointed by Rath's reaction.
She tells him that she saw Helga enter the hotel. Rath finds only Moritz is there. Katelbach takes Elisabeth into his confidence.
She rebuffs his sexual advances. Völcker is assigned to Greta's cell. Wendt proposes allowing the Nazis to create civil unrest to further the conservatives' plans; the General disagrees.
Minister Stresemann suddenly walks in and asserts that the monarchists and the military should work together.
Moritz asks to move in with Rath and gives him a letter from Helga asking him to let her go. Weintraub denies the lead role of the film from Esther.
Charlotte confronts Vera about her relationship with Weintraub, and she admits that he told her to lie that they were together when Winter was murdered.
Nyssen admits to Dr. Schmidt that revenge is the reason for his obsession with Jewish financiers. Unable to find Rath, Charlotte asks Czerwinski and Henning to put surveillance on Weintraub without telling Böhm.
Litten enters an appeal for Greta and the judge calls Wendt. Rath arrests Pechtmann, but Greta denies recognising him.
Ullrich goes over Tilly's possessions and in a locket finds a hair that belongs to Weintraub. Toni wants to buy budgies from a street vendor but does not have the money.
Nyssen describes to the General's group how the manipulation of over-extended small investors is about to cause the economy to collapse and suggests that, by short-selling massive amounts of stock, they will make billions, which will create an opportunity to change society radically.
Wendt is interested, but the others scoff. Later, a poker game reveals the mutual distrust brewing within the group. Czerwinski and Henning observe Weintraub arriving at Babelsberg and ordering his men to protect Vera.
Rath and Charlotte arrive at the studio as well. The Phantom kills Vera's guard and injures her. Rath intervenes but is also injured, and the Phantom escapes.
A disoriented Vera appears on a catwalk above the soundstage. Charlotte rushes to comfort her. The Phantom appears and throws her off the catwalk.
The Phantom carries Vera to the roof and jumps off with her. His mask comes off, revealing Weintraub. Elisabeth suggests that they marry.
MaLu runs into Wendt at a restaurant. Charlotte cannot afford the doctor's fees for Ilse's surgery, but is given the name of a cheaper doctor by his nurse.
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