The body of a young woman is found in the Göttingen city forest. The identity of the dead puts the team led by Charlotte Lindholm (Maria Furtwängler) and Anaïs Schmitz (Florence Kasumba) under great pressure: Marie Jäger (Emilia Schüle), a clever and attractive law student, was a star with her successful blog “National feminin” young, right-wing scene and figurehead of the “Young Movement”. An uncontrollable mood against the police, against the state and against democracy begins on social networks.
Since the pilot episode in 2014, “Kitchen Impossible” was shot on more than 364 days in 51 different countries. Tim Mälzer has stated 57 times so far: “Baking is not cooking!”. “F * ckscheiße” was counted 347 times. The editors have spent an average of 4,105 days on all episodes – that’s the equivalent of 11.2 years. In “Kitchen Impossible – The Greatest Freaks”, Tim Mälzer and Tim Raue look back together at the highlights of the previous seasons.
In the near future, people will only communicate via remote-controlled robots, so-called surrogates, and otherwise live completely isolated from each other. An apparently flawless world – until one day the son of the inventor of the surrogates is murdered. FBI agent Tom Greer (Bruce Willis) and his colleague Peters (Radha Mitchell) – or rather their robot clones – are entrusted with investigating the case. They soon come across a serious conspiracy.
The criminal Callum Lynch (Michael Fassbender) is released by the researcher Sophia (Marion Cotillard) before the execution of his death penalty. In return, he has to participate in the Animus project, which lets him experience the memory of his ancestor Aguilar – a contract killer during the Spanish Inquisition. He learns skills to fight a powerful secret society in the present.
In 2044 Joe (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) worked as a killer specializing in the murder of people from the future. A syndicate delivers this to him by time travel right before the run. It gets tricky when he suddenly has to aim at his older self (Bruce Willis). Awesome how author and director Rian Johnson gradually unraveled the complex story and steered the two Joes towards the showdown.