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Sara Stein: From Berlin to Tel Aviv - The Complete Series

TV Miniseries/Action/Crime

Not Rated

Box Office: $0.0M

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UPC: 850003924199
06/04/2019 Not Available

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Product Details

PRINCIPAL CAST

Katharina Lorenz

DIRECTOR

Matthias Tiefenbacher

SYNOPSIS

Now on DVD for the first time, the complete 4-film Sara Stein series. Katharina Lorenz plays investigator Sara Stein, pursuing cases in both Berlin and Israel. Suspenseful and fiercely independent, detective Sara Stein is no superwoman, but she is a force to be reckoned with. Traversing between Berlin and Israel this international crime mystery/thriller takes audiences on the roller coaster ride of justice.


Shalom Berlin, Shalom Tel Aviv:

In this first film of the groundbreaking Sara Stein series, Sara heads to Berlin to investigate the murder of a well-known Israeli jockey.


Jewels in the Grave:

In this second installment of the Sara Stein series, Sara is assigned to her first case in Tel Aviv, trying to solve the murder of her predecessor, as all clues point to criminals involved in a 2-year-old robbery.


Masada:

In this third installment of the Sara Stein series, we find Sara headed to an ancient Israeli site, the Masada, where the death of the chief archeologist suggests foul play that demands an investigation.


Old Friends:

In this fourth and final installment of the groundbreaking Sara Stein series, a severed hand discovered on the beach in Tel Aviv is the spark that will link human trafficking, the special forces, and even Sara's husband. Sara is tasked to investigate and unwind this vast criminal conspiracy.

GENRE

TV Miniseries/Action/Crime

RATING

Not Rated

RUN TIME

360 Minutes

STUDIO

Film Movement