Derrick - Dem Mörder eine Kerze

Derrick - Dem Mörder eine Kerze

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1980. Color. 57 minutes. German language, no English subtitles. Image quality: good.

This is an episode from the long running German TV crime drama "Derrick". Detective Stephan Derrick is investigating the murder of an advertising photographer named Dern. In Dern's photo lab, Derrick discovers a piece of paper with the word "school" written on it, which turns out to be a clue left by the photographer just before he died. Derrick learns that Dern had hired teens from a local shcool to pose for him, and he meets with several students that worked with the photographer to see if they can provide any information that will help him solve the murder. Derrick discovers that one of the models, a young girl named Vera Essling (played by fourteen year old Katja Bienert) has posed for more than just advertisement photos, and has gotten herself involved in a dark and dangerous secret world. Katja Bienert doesn't have a lot of screen time, but when she does appear, she steals the show as usual in a shocking scene towards the end of the episode. Features the hit song "Angel of Mine" by Frank Duval. You're welcome.

Contains nudity.

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