Dogs Of Berlin Review


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Dogs Of Berlin Review

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Dogs Of Berlin Review

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And then we are there. I just need more time. And you do not get many of them here. Point 2: Just as crappy as the dialogues are the characters written.

The policeman with the neo-Nazi past, the homosexual Turkish investigator, the tough lesbian police chief, such personas come about when one puts together his main characters with a choice-o-mat.

Alvart surely thinks of these people as multi-layered characters. But Alvart also thinks, Til Schweiger is a charismatic action actor. But he lacks any empathy for his characters.

They are used uninspiringly to advance the stupid plot of the murder of a Turkish-born football player, which eventually leads to a sort of civil war in Berlin.

This is supposed to be loosely inspired by real-life events, but let me tell you, as someone, who is from Germany: It does not even come close to the complexe issues, German society is facing at the moment.

Point 3: Speaking of empathy: Lebanese clans play an important role in Dogs of Berlin. And of course, Alvart has also stolen this plot element, namely from the pretty gripping drama series "4 Blocks".

Earlier this year, I happened to sit next to one of the authors of 4 Blocks on a panel. Hanno Hackfort reported, that the writers had researched the complex and ambivalent portrait of a Lebanese clan family for almost three years.

Alvart's research was this: Watch 4 Blocks and then just throw anything beyond his mental capacities out the window. Then simply copy and squeeze the rest into Dogs of Berlin.

Nothing in this series feels original or new. Besides all those things, that are just stupid, there is one thing, that makes Dogs of Berlin really unspeakable.

The depiction of female characters in this series is disgusting. There are two things women characters in Dogs of Berlin are allowed to do: the first is to show their breasts.

The second is to be the victim of terrible acts of violence. And sometimes both. For Alvart women are objects in a testosterone-filled world.

They can only be strong if they submit to the male rituals of dominance and violence. Like the tough police officer who is even tougher than her male colleagues.

There is no solidarity among women, on the contrary: If women interact with women here, then only to harm each other physically or mentally.

It is a concept of feminity, that is otherwise found only in hardcore porn: big breasts everywhere, the dominant, potent man, who owns his female partners, of whom he has many, of course, and fights between women, that end up with one urinating on the other.

It is these scenes in which Alvart reveals the foul, appalling inside of "Dogs of Berlin". Unfortunately, there is no manure bag large enough to dispose of the droppings of these pooches properly.

First episode felt rather intriguing. Grim, dark, even clever. But it all collapses pretty quickly. Characters are cardboard cut-outs and even though that one dimension they've given is well-written and acted, you can't squeeze much out of a rock.

Main character named Kurt is worst of them, the corrupt trickster and liar who's somehow object of every woman's desire and also a great detective.

Which would be fine He had a moral compass, he was actually a good detective and he had humor. Speaking of which German stereotype or not, but this show has exactly zero humor.

Unless you count two broken noses funny. It's grim, gets grimmer and then some more. Not a second of relief, not a single human interaction.

So naturally, your mind starts looking from some in other places. Like, say, the fact that producer has some sort of fetish with human-sized gorillas.

There's Turkish mafia ones, Slovak? Basically majority of men you see in this show are somehow 2 meters tall and kilograms heavy, and apparently escaped from Berlin zoo.

Except for two main protagonists who look like swimwear models. This is all very weird, very distracting and makes little sense. Especially since distraction is all there is.

Actual procedural police work doesn't really happen, big "gang war" of gangs that supposedly have "huge criminal empires" consists of three gorillas shooting at other three gorillas in tiny shops, and the story of a good-boy rap artist who, when story needs, turns into Spider-man for no reason whatsoever turning into crime feels fake and forced as well.

From the show called "Dogs of Berlin", I hoped to see learn anything about Berlin, as breathing, living city and it's underworld.

Well, or law enforcement. This show really shows neither. Nothing like the city of Baltimore from The Wire which I feel this show heavily borrows from , nothing except random, messy drama at all.

So, in the end, two characters in this show about a city, criminal underworld and police work who really are somewhat interesting to watch are two women, a bored alcoholic housewife and lonely alcoholic mistress.

Dog of Berlin deserves a better rating than a 6. The main actors are a great cast. The chemistry between them makes the characters believable to the viewers.

Tension from the first to the last minute. I hope that a second season will follow. On the one hand, I applaud the fact that Netflix is giving viewers such a wide range of programming in other languages.

I really wanted to like this and the first episode was very promising. The story soon went into convulsions and starting spreading out in about 30 different directions, too many to manage with any hope of entertaining the viewer.

There are about four story lines too many for this thing to take off. They should have lightened the load and ditched a few of the less promising ones.

The rapper kid is a dumb angle, as is his wife's problems in her little china shop. We have the Turkish mafia, a crooked cop, interfering in Germany's nation al game, Nazis His wife gets the crap beat out of her by a teenage girl without raising a hand, and then she stands up to a Mafioso?

And just the idea that thugs in Berlin would bother a woman whose husband is a cop in a protection racket scheme is stupid, as was the drive-by shooting.

This is Berlin, right? Not New York or Rio or Lagos. When the story breaks days later that the footballer is dead the cops' boss comes barging into their meeting to announce, "It's out!

Even 24 seems highly unlikely. That was dumb. They tried to make the Turks so menacing, but I never got that feeling.

They just seemed like caricatures of mafia thugs. The writers seem like they were terrified to portray modern Berlin for what it is: as close to a workers' paradise as we have in the world today.

Disagree with that? Name a better place to be working class. They paint the Turks out to be like American blacks, with no opportunity besides rapping and sports.

Almost all of them have jobs that pay a decent wage, six weeks of vacation a year, free and excellent medical care, great schools, public safety, amazing public transit, etc.

Jim Abrahams and David Zucker made comedies like Airplane and The Naked Gun in which they threw so many jokes at you that you stopped even thinking about them and simply laughed.

This is sort of the strategy in this series but instead of jokes they throw plot twists and story lines at you. For a german production it is not THAT bad.

The Look is okay, and the plot could've had everything to be very interesting. If you want to see a really good german production with almost the same plot - watch '4 Blocks'.

First of all, this tv show deserves way better than a 7. A vortex of ideas between football, betting, corruption, Germans, Turks and neo-Nazis.

This series has a spectacular rhythm, combined with a soundtrack that makes the environment even more beastly.

The photograph, which by the way is beautiful, represents perhaps the most striking aspect of the series. A lot of testosterone running throughout the series, seeing guys with well-defined beards is striking joke, right?

Those social conflicts that exist, but nobody talks about. We take a moment away from what is usually seen on TV. The tension that generates the series is very good, it has certain bad things, like all series, but for a guy who is tired of seeing more of the same on Netflix, this series represents a relief.

Likewise, I like that the series takes into account all the other social problems that circulate in the stories of the main protagonists.

Drug addiction, alcoholism, poverty, prostitution, racism, homosexuals, sex addicts, family problems, clans, destroyed homes.

Must see. BeneCumb 23 January I have visited Berlin several times, have read about its history and present day, including Muslim immigrants, but still - this series depicts a parallel realm, issues often directly associated with erroneous decisions in the past.

Lots of segregation, exercise of power, wrong understanding of sense of community - and you find yourself in the middle of problems as shown in Dogs of Berlin.

For an outsider like me, everything seems realistic, including the characters, performances, environment, and the overall uneasiness is dominant throughout the season.

The script included some nice twists, mainly related to the cop Grimmer; as for the cast, Fahri Yardim and Katrin Sass were more memorable, but, as mentioned above, they all did their good, yet difficult job.

Thus, another good German series, recommended to all them willing to know all faces of Berlin - one can easily do it via TV, visiting those places by yourself is often not a good idea There are at least K Turkish residents in Berlin, a huge community.

This series focus on the Turkish - German relations in Berlin by way of ethnic tension, racism, gang rivalcy and control of racket business in the streets all crafted to produce a compelling and vibrant plot.

There is also a good production and imagery to give life to violent scenes. Good quality. I have watched the whole season in one day.

Every character have troubles and mystery. He always do something bad but in conclude everything is okay but if conclude is fine can we say proses is not important?

Season final was amazing. So i am looking forward to watch season 2!! This is a great show, I don't understand why they poor score.

It is well made, real interactions, real people with problems and addictions and hobbies, like the police boss with the two girls and the police with the gambling problem, and the immigrants dealing drugs which are untouched and the rampant racism in Germany in all generations There is suspense, and there is an interesting story and there are lots of real life issues.

For me is a 9 but in order to increase the score I give it a By Netflix standards, which is that a show is good if I want to click Next Episode at the end of the first show and binge watch to the end, while hoping there is another season, this show is pretty good.

I see 'Lola Rennt' in it at times in that you wonder if the main character is going to make it and untangle himself from that web that he started himself even before the show began.

The scenario is not unlike Reservoir Dogs or the Usual Suspects as things are hectic and you find out truths about the characters little by little.

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Hanno Hackfort reported, that the writers had researched the complex and ambivalent portrait of a Lebanese clan family for almost three years.

Alvart's research was this: Watch 4 Blocks and then just throw anything beyond his mental capacities out the window. Then simply copy and squeeze the rest into Dogs of Berlin.

Nothing in this series feels original or new. Besides all those things, that are just stupid, there is one thing, that makes Dogs of Berlin really unspeakable.

The depiction of female characters in this series is disgusting. There are two things women characters in Dogs of Berlin are allowed to do: the first is to show their breasts.

The second is to be the victim of terrible acts of violence. And sometimes both. For Alvart women are objects in a testosterone-filled world.

They can only be strong if they submit to the male rituals of dominance and violence. Like the tough police officer who is even tougher than her male colleagues.

There is no solidarity among women, on the contrary: If women interact with women here, then only to harm each other physically or mentally.

It is a concept of feminity, that is otherwise found only in hardcore porn: big breasts everywhere, the dominant, potent man, who owns his female partners, of whom he has many, of course, and fights between women, that end up with one urinating on the other.

It is these scenes in which Alvart reveals the foul, appalling inside of "Dogs of Berlin". Unfortunately, there is no manure bag large enough to dispose of the droppings of these pooches properly.

First episode felt rather intriguing. Grim, dark, even clever. But it all collapses pretty quickly. Characters are cardboard cut-outs and even though that one dimension they've given is well-written and acted, you can't squeeze much out of a rock.

Main character named Kurt is worst of them, the corrupt trickster and liar who's somehow object of every woman's desire and also a great detective.

Which would be fine He had a moral compass, he was actually a good detective and he had humor. Speaking of which German stereotype or not, but this show has exactly zero humor.

Unless you count two broken noses funny. It's grim, gets grimmer and then some more. Not a second of relief, not a single human interaction.

So naturally, your mind starts looking from some in other places. Like, say, the fact that producer has some sort of fetish with human-sized gorillas.

There's Turkish mafia ones, Slovak? Basically majority of men you see in this show are somehow 2 meters tall and kilograms heavy, and apparently escaped from Berlin zoo.

Except for two main protagonists who look like swimwear models. This is all very weird, very distracting and makes little sense.

Especially since distraction is all there is. Actual procedural police work doesn't really happen, big "gang war" of gangs that supposedly have "huge criminal empires" consists of three gorillas shooting at other three gorillas in tiny shops, and the story of a good-boy rap artist who, when story needs, turns into Spider-man for no reason whatsoever turning into crime feels fake and forced as well.

From the show called "Dogs of Berlin", I hoped to see learn anything about Berlin, as breathing, living city and it's underworld.

Well, or law enforcement. This show really shows neither. Nothing like the city of Baltimore from The Wire which I feel this show heavily borrows from , nothing except random, messy drama at all.

So, in the end, two characters in this show about a city, criminal underworld and police work who really are somewhat interesting to watch are two women, a bored alcoholic housewife and lonely alcoholic mistress.

Dog of Berlin deserves a better rating than a 6. The main actors are a great cast. The chemistry between them makes the characters believable to the viewers.

Tension from the first to the last minute. I hope that a second season will follow. On the one hand, I applaud the fact that Netflix is giving viewers such a wide range of programming in other languages.

I really wanted to like this and the first episode was very promising. The story soon went into convulsions and starting spreading out in about 30 different directions, too many to manage with any hope of entertaining the viewer.

There are about four story lines too many for this thing to take off. They should have lightened the load and ditched a few of the less promising ones.

The rapper kid is a dumb angle, as is his wife's problems in her little china shop. We have the Turkish mafia, a crooked cop, interfering in Germany's nation al game, Nazis His wife gets the crap beat out of her by a teenage girl without raising a hand, and then she stands up to a Mafioso?

And just the idea that thugs in Berlin would bother a woman whose husband is a cop in a protection racket scheme is stupid, as was the drive-by shooting.

This is Berlin, right? Not New York or Rio or Lagos. When the story breaks days later that the footballer is dead the cops' boss comes barging into their meeting to announce, "It's out!

Even 24 seems highly unlikely. That was dumb. They tried to make the Turks so menacing, but I never got that feeling. They just seemed like caricatures of mafia thugs.

The writers seem like they were terrified to portray modern Berlin for what it is: as close to a workers' paradise as we have in the world today.

Disagree with that? Name a better place to be working class. They paint the Turks out to be like American blacks, with no opportunity besides rapping and sports.

Almost all of them have jobs that pay a decent wage, six weeks of vacation a year, free and excellent medical care, great schools, public safety, amazing public transit, etc.

Jim Abrahams and David Zucker made comedies like Airplane and The Naked Gun in which they threw so many jokes at you that you stopped even thinking about them and simply laughed.

This is sort of the strategy in this series but instead of jokes they throw plot twists and story lines at you. For a german production it is not THAT bad.

The Look is okay, and the plot could've had everything to be very interesting. If you want to see a really good german production with almost the same plot - watch '4 Blocks'.

First of all, this tv show deserves way better than a 7. A vortex of ideas between football, betting, corruption, Germans, Turks and neo-Nazis.

This series has a spectacular rhythm, combined with a soundtrack that makes the environment even more beastly. The photograph, which by the way is beautiful, represents perhaps the most striking aspect of the series.

A lot of testosterone running throughout the series, seeing guys with well-defined beards is striking joke, right?

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There are also no annoying three-minute-long credits to endure at the start another Netflix staple , so you can sit back and relax. One of the main strengths of the show is the plot, which contains a number of twists and turns that keep you guessing right up until the very end.

Ultimately, the plot is complex enough to keep the viewer interested and to fill ten hours worth of television, while at the same time being neither too simple nor complicated for the sake of complexity.

While plot, characters and the script are generally very strong, there are a few criticisms to be made.

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