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Alfred Nyssen ist der Sohn einer einflussreichen Unternehmerfamilie, dessen resolutes Oberhaupt. Alfred Nyssen. Alfred Nyssen. Artikel zu: Alfred Nyssen. Alfred Nyssen. Alfred Nyssen. Alfred Nyssen. Läuft was zwischen Gereon (Volker Bruch) und Charlotte (Liv Lisa Fries)? Babylon Berlin. Wie geht es nach Staffel. Lars Eidinger, Alfred Nyssen, 1–, 1–, Spross einer reichen Unternehmerdynastie, Teilnehmer der Verschwörer um die Schwarze Reichswehr, Liebhaber der. Lars Eidinger als Alfred Nyssen (Staffel 1+2). Lars Eidinger als Alfred Nyssen | Bild: ARD Degeto/X-Filme/Beta Film/Sky Deutschland / Frédéric Batier. Alfred Nyssen, gespielt vom deutschen Schauspieler Lars Eidinger, ist Familien- und Vorstandsmitglied einer großen deutschen Stahldynastie. Sein Charakter. Frauengefängnis in Tegel, das Fabrikantenschloss, in dem Alfred Nyssen (Lars Eidinger) seine fiesen Pläne schmiedet, die Dahlemer Villen.
Alfred Nyssen, gespielt vom deutschen Schauspieler Lars Eidinger, ist Familien- und Vorstandsmitglied einer großen deutschen Stahldynastie. Sein Charakter. Der Industrielle Alfred Nyssen (Lars Eidinger) wettet an der Börse und ist in den Filmmord verwickelt. Eidingers trügerischer Charme überzeugt in. Alfred Nyssen ist der Sohn einer einflussreichen Unternehmerfamilie, dessen resolutes Oberhaupt. In: mdr. Geliebte von Gereon und Witwe von Anno Rath, bis sich herausstellt, dass Die Himmel Rühmen noch lebt. Mal zeigt sich das subtiler, an Hitler-Porträts im Hintergrund. In: rbb Eher nicht, ich bleibe bei den Büchern Simon Jacques dem Kopfkino. In der dritten Staffel werden Kriminalkommissar Rath und seine Kollegen mit einer Mordserie während der Dreharbeiten zu einem Revuefilm in den Filmstudios Babelsberg konfrontiert. Aufgrund dieser Störung rutscht er immer wieder in depressive Phasen ab. Retrieved 2 January Greta talks to Fritz who is walking in the funeral procession for the women shot during the riot. German neo-noir television series. Esther watches an old film of her and Rot. Next morning Helga, Dr Mertens Tierärztin, leaves with Moritz. Ilse's surgery was unsuccessful as she is becoming blind. Rath goes to arrest the Gosztony brothers but Bela escapes. Elisabeth Shaft eludes her pursuer and gets the documents to Heymann who says the story will be front page. At night, Charlotte visits the Moka Efti, a popular variety theatre. Jes Dideriksen.
Next morning Helga, packed, leaves with Moritz. They go to the elegant hotel room. Heymann returns a call to Hans Litten's office.
Rath receives the preliminary ballistics report on Krempin's murder weapon. Sebald locates Greta's child in an orphanage and takes custody in Wendt's name.
Esther informs Bellman that the Armenian's own money is on the line. He begs for her help and they strategise.
Rath brings Gennat up to speed on the case. Gennat gives an irrelevant lecture to reporters on his crime statistics. Wegener, posing as a securities auditor, gathers investment information from various middle-class people.
He reports to Alfred Nyssen that they all borrowed and invested bank money way beyond their means. Nyssen realises a collapse is inevitable.
Menacingly, Wendt shows Greta her baby through a prison window. Ullrich tries to tell Gennat about a ballistics match on the Krempin gun but is shut down for violating chain of command.
He sees a beetle on its back and decides not to tell anyone about his discovery. Katelbach receives a confidential document in a clandestine exchange.
On the way to the studio, Rath admits he knows Tilly from somewhere besides the movies. Bellman and the banker are trying to convince Tristan Rot to do something he does not want to do regarding Betty's replacement.
Rath interrogates Rot who recognises the picture of the cloaked figure and admits to an occult connection to Krempin. Ritter runs into Vera, a fellow working girl from the past, there to audition.
Weintraub gets rough with the insurance adjustor who has denied Edgar's claim. Bellman calls to warn Edgar about police at the studio.
Weintraub and Edgar argue. Edgar punches Weintraub, who inauthentically capitulates. Ritter thinks she sees the cloaked figure, but it turns out to be Rot's stand-in with a wooden leg, Aiden.
A second copy of the cloak is missing. The seamstress admits Krempin got her to steal it, but is sure he is innocent because he left hours before the spotlight fell after receiving a phone call.
Tilly auditions in a duet with Roth while Weintraub pulls Rath aside. Against Bellman's wishes, Weintraub calls a halt to casting and Tilly gets the part.
Vera angrily confronts him. Rath and the Armenian find they have common interests in finding the killer as well as both being ex-addicts and patients of Schmidt.
Edgar warns that the cure has a price and gives him a slip of paper. Tilly apologises to Vera for getting the role, but Vera locks her in the dressing room and assumes her place on set, as Weintraub looks on smiling.
Tilly is killed by the cloaked figure who Ritter sees escaping from the window. Greta recants her testimony, now stating that Fritz and Otto are actually Communists after all not Nazis and they incited her to plant the bomb.
The courtroom erupts. Wendt exits satisfied. Ritter briefs her superiors about the Tilly investigation. They heckle her. She reports that Rot disappeared soon after the crime; that she saw Weintraub and the Armenian there; and that Vera admitted to locking Tilly in her dressing room before the murder.
Gennat lectures her about protocol. Annoyed, Rath finds out he must work with Böhm, who is now lead on the case. Böhm reports that a butcher, a pyrotechnician, and a beverage supplier all had access to the crime scene.
Gennat reassigns Ritter to work with Böhm as a trainee. Unhappy, Böhm later sends her on a wild goose chase. Graf brings in underexposed crime scene photos and gets chewed out.
Rath tells Ritter that Greta recanted. Greta gets attacked by Dr. Völcker in prison who demands to know why she recanted, but Greta refuses to say.
Böhm looks up stock quotes for Dresden Bank and later insinuates to his family that he may be coming into some money.
Rath walks in on Ullrich who is injecting insulin for diabetes. Czerwinski and Henning get drunk while interviewing the beverage supplier who tells them he gave Rot the key to the courtyard just before the murder.
Believing they outsmarted the supplier, they leave, watched by a mysterious man. Amongst Krempin's belongings, Rath finds a box of occult items, including the same pendant as was found around Tilly's neck and a secret invitation to a ceremony at Rot's house involving the Fraterna Saturni.
Gennat assigns Böhm, Rath, and Ritter to attend. Ritter makes a date to go dancing with Vera. Ilse finds out she needs an expensive eye surgery.
Ritter is given a bundle of her mother's letters by the neighbour Cziczewicz and finds a postcard from "E", who may be her real father. Ritter sees Helga enter the hotel where she meets a friendly Alfred Nyssen.
Nyssen offers to let Helga use the room, which belongs to Nyssen's family, for as long as she wants. Rath asks Henning to find Helga.
At Rath's bidding, Graf 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, Graf and Rath look at the photos and notice Katelbach's name on a list. Rath tries to call him but he will not speak to him.
Rath plans to meet him at breakfast the next day. Over drinks, Graf tells Rath about how Gennat pulled him off the street and got him a job as police photographer.
They dance together drunkenly. At a gay bar, Vera encourages Ritter to go find "E" and comes onto her. Rath and Böhm follow Ritter to Roth's house, declaring their mutual distrust.
Ritter uses Tilly's pendant and the password to gain entrance. Masked and cloaked, they watch as Dr. Schmidt summons Betty Winter's soul into a surrogate who joins with Roth on an altar.
Böhm breaks it up with a gunshot. Schmidt scurries off, seen by Rath who calls him "Anno" and gives Rath a hypnotic command to forget he saw him.
Next day at breakfast Rath admits to Katelbach that he was toeing the company line when he gave his testimony in the Zorgiebel case.
Rath warns him that his name is on a political police list along with Litten's. Katelbach tells him about a manuscript in his desk drawer proving Lufthansa's illegal financing of the Reichswehr and warns him not to trust anybody.
Böhm gives Ritter a menial assignment. Instead, Rath asks her to get addresses and phone numbers for the names on the list and then asks her out to lunch.
Rath listens in on Roth's interrogation by Böhm in which Roth admits to waiting for Betty's spirit in the yard when Tilly was killed. The Armenian meets with a rival gang and accuses them of trying to sabotage his operation, which they deny.
The mysterious man from the beverage supplier is there. Meaningfully, Weintraub suggests that the traitor will kill himself. Esther watches an old film of her and Rot.
Helga asks Nyssen why he is helping her. His enigmatic response suggests they were fated to meet. Two names on the list, Kessler and Pechtmann, are aliases for Otto and Fritz.
Kessler hires Erna for the day a down-on-her-luck prostitute 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. Ritter is upset by the sentence and disappointed by Rath's reaction. She tells him that she saw Helga enter the hotel.
Rath finds her registered under her maiden name, but only her son is there. Katelbach takes Elisabeth, the landlady where Rath also stayed, into his confidence.
She rebuffs his sexual advances. Rath remembers good times with Helga. Volcker is assigned to Greta's cell. Marie-Luise MaLu Seegers, a law student who volunteers in Litten's office, argues with her father the General about attending a function honouring him at Madame Nyssen's party.
Helga refuses to let Moritz attend a Nazi youth outing, so he later asks to move in with Rath and gives him a letter from Helga asking him to let her go.
Rath discovers that all the names on the secret list are either dead, in prison, or under surveillance. Zörgiebel thinks it's a page from a blacklist made by reactionaries.
He asks what the letters "OW" and "FH" mean. Litten agrees to take Greta's case pro bono. Ritter offers to help in the office in return.
Elisabeth hides Katelbach while Kessler and Pechtmann search. Katelbach asks her to take the documents to Heymann. Helga finds out that she's pregnant.
Pretending to be a Nazi, Rath breaks into Kessler's rooms and finds Erna who tells him Kessler is camping with "his scouts". Elisabeth cleverly eludes her pursuer and gets the documents to Heymann who says the story will be front page.
The Seeger girls play music at the Nyssen soiree. Alfred talks privately with the General. Wendt talks with Bruning, tapped to be the next Chancellor by the conservative leaders of industry.
MaLu switches place-cards to sit next to Wendt at dinner and banters with him about politics. She calls him a Nazi, which he denies.
He makes a toast to the conservative revolution, but she's not buying it. Weintraub counts and stashes away large amounts of cash.
Esther tells him she wants to be in the film and has an idea how to save it. He refuses to allow her to put herself at risk.
The general's friends listen to Wendt propose allowing the Nazis to create civil unrest to further the group's plans. The General disagrees. Minister Stresemann suddenly walks in and asserts that the monarchists and the military should work together.
Ritter notices in the transcripts from Greta's trial that Vera denied knowing Weintraub. Vera tells Ritter, when confronted at home, that Weintraub is making her say that she was with him in the car when Betty was murdered.
But, in fact, he left her for 30 minutes at the exact time of her death. Trembling with emotion, Nyssen admits to Dr. Schmidt in therapy that revenge is the reason for his obsession with Jewish financiers.
Litten enters an appeal for Greta and the judge calls Wendt. Meanwhile Rath arrests Pechtmann at Nyssen's stables and brings him in.
Rath gets Zorgiebel to order a warrant to have Greta brought from prison, but she denies recognising "Fritz". Angrily, Rath does not believe it.
Ullrich goes over Tilly's possessions and finds a hair in a locket that belongs to Weintraub. He opines to an assistant, Weishaupt, that insulin injection would be the perfect murder.
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. The others scoff. Later, at a poker game, they display their mutual distrust when Wendt says the general is losing his nerve, Katelbach is proving a nuisance, and the Nazis should not be given too much rein.
Czerwinski and Henning observe Weintraub ordering his men to protect "his main girl" at the studio. The cloaked figure appears, kills her guard, and attempts to kill Vera.
She fights him off, but is injured. He chases her and Rath follows, firing at him. They fight and Rath's cheek is impaled.
The cloaked figure walks away. Bleeding, Vera appears on a catwalk above the studio. Ritter rushes to comfort her. The cloaked figure appears.
Ritter attacks the cloaked figure and is thrown off the catwalk, grabbing a hanging chain to save herself. The cloaked figure carries Vera away.
They plummet from the top of a building. The mask comes off revealing Weintraub. Pechtmann meets Wendt in the woods to blackmail him. Wendt shoots him and dumps him in a lake.
Weintraub survives and is unconscious in the hospital, identity undisclosed. Newspapers call him "the Phantom".
Gennat announces the murders solved and the movie studio is shut down. Esther tells Edgar that Weintraub could not have betrayed him, producing evidence—which reveals their affair—that he took the rap for him by going to prison.
Edgar calls him "a Judas". Ritter visits Rath in the hospital and tells him Weintraub survived but Vera died. Helga walks in on them and Ritter leaves.
Helga tells him she is pregnant and Rath confronts her about "A". Angry, she insists that the baby is Rath's. Moritz cannot bring himself to kill a deer while hunting with the Hitler Youth and beats one of the boys up when he teases him about it.
Kessler lectures them about unity and has them swear allegiance to Hitler. The warden notifies Litten that Greta's execution has been scheduled even though the appeal has not been processed.
She is confused when Greta denies Litten is her lawyer. Greta confides in her cellmate that she lied because of threats to her baby.
Katelbach freaks out when he gets summoned for treason and Elisabeth suggests they marry. MaLu runs into Wendt at a restaurant and they banter about the economic climate.
Ritter rejects an unscrupulous doctor for Ilse's surgery and his nurse gives her the name of a cheaper doctor.
Toni passes destitute children in the street and accepts an offer from Peter to get something to drink. He tells her about a rich "uncle" who wants to be read to.
Toni says she would do it if she were paid. Wendt calls Nyssen and says he will persuade the General's group if Nyssen asks his mother for million to invest in the short-buy scheme.
The Armenian visits Rath in hospital seeking confirmation that Weintraub was the murderer. Weintraub is taken from his bed to Dr.
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Katrine Marie Eg Jensen. Bjarne Eg Nissen. Jensine Kristine Kristiansen. Mads Nissen. The president is disgusted by the very democracy he is sworn to protect.
The social democratic establishment cooks up fake news in smoke-filled backrooms, while communist rabble rousers disseminate their propaganda outside.
These days Germans are more likely to ask raise such points about other countries than about their own. German anxiety over the Nazi past has long been an export item—filmmakers, authors, artists submitted German history to earnest examination, and had an easier time reaching international audiences and winning awards when they did.
But with illiberal democracy on the rise throughout Europe, with a U. Babylon Berlin is less anxious self-examination than knowing warning to others.
In one of many darkly funny scenes in Babylon Berlin , fancy rowboats jet past on a Berlin lake. Two young men in their swimsuits watch the hooting crews from the public beach next door.
If Babylon Berlin has a thesis statement that might be it: It wants to tell the story of democracy undone by totalitarianism from the left and the right.
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