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Kitz Review 2021 Tv Show Series Season Cast Crew Online
Netflix has sometimes had a good hand with its German productions . However, every blast comes with a gun . It can’t all be “ How to Sell Drugs Online (Fast) ”, some things have to be “ Kitz ”. This is a half-baked crime-revenge-mystery format that fails because the characters appear implausible.
A year ago on New Year’s Eve, Lisi’s brother drunk off the street and died . He was probably lured by one of the fancy chicks from Munich who regularly invade Kitzbühl and then lost control of his car in the stress of a breakup .
This New Year’s Eve , Lissi is planning to befriend Vanessa and her friends in order to finally bring the person to account for whom she blames for her brother’s death .
The linguistic local color is completely absent. You won’t find a local in Kitzbühl who speaks as clean standard German as the protagonists of this series. That might make sense in terms of production, so that nobody gets embarrassed not to understand the main characters, a little dialect or at least an accent would have been good. It is precisely this fact that contributes to the unreality of this series. However, the lack of linguistic diversity is certainly the smallest problem with “Kitz”.
The bigger thing is that the story with its six episodes is told in a very lame way. Events always turn out as expected, there are no surprises or twists to speak of . Rather, one has the feeling that the authors Vitus Reinbold and Niko Schulz-Dornburg made extensive use of similar American formats, but left out any originality . “Kitz” exudes the breath of “willed, but not able” . The show is basically just a copy of better formats . The setting in Kitzbühl should suffice as a unique selling point . But it doesn’t.
It should also be noted that some of the young actors are really anything but convincing. Often you think you’re in amateur theater here .
Half-baked, never exciting story that never really knows what it wants to be. Does Lisi want revenge? Or is it justice? Or something completely different? That never becomes clear in the babbling course of the story. Instead, the authors indulge in clichés without breaking any of the clichés . “Kitz” is thus an attempt to tell a mystery story on an international level, but unfortunately one has to say: Failed.