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The setting takes place in central Europe in the late 20th century and it's about a neurosurgeon who, against the wishes of the hospital, chooses to save the life of a newly orphaned boy who arrived first instead of the city's mayor.
Nine years later the boy reappears revealing himself to be a serial killer behind a reign of terror.
Who is this monster? What kind of secrets does his past uncover?
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Blue Sophie, also known as the Red Hindenburg, is a former prostitute, whose significance in the series is to serve as a fake Margot Langer, which gets her involved with Hans Georg Schuwald and those surrounding him. She was eventually killed by Roberto when her use has been exhausted.
|A to D||Adolf Junkers • Anna (Viera Černá) • The Baby • Dr. Becker • Blue Sophie • Christof Sievernich • Dieter|
|E to H||Egon Weißbach • Erna Tietze • Eva Heinemann • Franz Bonaparta • Fritz Verdemann • Gunther Milch • Halenka Novakova • Hans Georg Schuwald • Hartmann • Heinrich Lunge • Helmut Wolf • Herbert Knaup • Hugo Bernhardt|
|I to L||Jan Suk • Jaromír Lipsky • Johan Liebert • Julius Reichwein • Karel Ranke • Karl Neuman • Kenzo Tenma • Professor Kronecker • Lotte Frank|
|M to P||Martin Reest • Detective Messener • Michael Müller • Mikhail Petrov • Milan Kolasch • Milosh • Nina Fortner • Otto Heckel • Peter Čapek • Peter Jürgens|
|Q to T||Richard Braun • Roberto • Rosso • Rudy Gillen|
|U to Z||Udo Heinemann • Wolfgang Grimmer • Wim Knaup|
|Other Characters||Medical Staff • Unnamed Characters • Other Minor characters • Johan and Anna's Foster Parents|
|“||There's nothing special about being born. Not a thing. Most of the universe is just death, nothing more. In this universe of ours, the birth of a new life on some tiny corner of our planet is nothing but a tiny, insignificant flash. Death is a normal thing. So why live?||”|
–Johan Liebert, Episode 49 "The Cruelest Thing"