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1 x 97 mins
A documentary film about the career of detective superintendent Marianne Atzeroth-Freier. The film follows her career through the Hamburg police apparatus of the 80s and 90s. At the end of the 70s, Marianne is 30 years old and a single parent. She becomes one of the first female police officers in Hamburg and initially joins the “Vice Squad”. Marianne is one of the first women ever to be promoted to the Hamburg homicide squad. The headwind in this male-dominated world is strong, she is not really taken seriously and is even mobbed along the way, until she comes to the attention of the furrier Lutz R. Against considerable resistance from her superior, Marianne investigates in her spare time and makes a significant contribution to solving the case of the “acid barrel murderer”.