Crime scene: The miracle of Wolbeck

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Episode of the series Tatort
Original title The miracle of Wolbeck
Country of production Germany
original language German
Film pool
on behalf of the WDR
length 89 minutes
classification Episode 851 ( List )
First broadcast November 25, 2012 on Das Erste
Director Matthias Tiefenbacher
script Wolfgang Stauch
production Iris pine
music Biber Gullatz ,
Andreas Schäfer
camera Martin Farkas
cut Dora Vajda

The Miracle of Wolbeck is a television film from the crime series crime scene .

The film was produced by WDR and was broadcast for the first time on November 25, 2012 almost simultaneously by the stations Das Erste , ORF 2 and SF 1 . It is the 851st episode of the crime scene series, the 22nd case with the investigator duo Thiel and Boerne portrayed by Axel Prahl and Jan Josef Liefers , and represents the tenth anniversary of the investigator duo. It is also the first crime scene episode from Münster which was broadcast in HD .


The country doctor and alternative practitioner Raffael Lembeck is found dead one morning by his wife Stella, who has a drug problem , on a restored farm near Wolbeck at the gates of Münster. The teacher from Stuttgart moved to Wolbeck in her husband's home village only four years ago . As soon as the police arrive, a stranger escapes with files, a computer and the contents of the freezer. At the scene of the crime , Prof. Karl-Friedrich Boerne found that the deceased fell in his practice after a blow and then bled to death for several hours. During their investigations, Commissioner Frank Thiel and Boerne learn from the villagers that there had been tensions with the Kintrup family from the neighboring farm, where Lembeck was not welcomed by farmer Moritz Kintrup, although the young, studied interpreter Milena Kintrup, who comes from Poland, held the doctor in high esteem and was previously friends with his wife. This friendship broke up when Milena became pregnant and Stella Lembeck lost her child in the fourth month. Ruth Kintrup, on the other hand, who was born in East Prussia as Baroness von Miggental, has an icy relationship with her daughter-in-law Milena and evidently suppresses events from the neighborhood. The farmer Moritz Kintrup consistently stays out of the quarrels between his mother and his wife and instead takes care of his Glan cattle , a historic breed of which there are only about 2000 animals left. Lembeck's buddies from the village, the three Krien brothers, restaurateur Thomas, butcher Bert and electrical installer Gert, try to hide a dark secret. The three brothers regularly withdraw to the village pub that Thomas runs with his wife Jutta instead of supporting the investigation. The detective Nadeshda Krusenstern brings to light that the victim had bought the farm from the three Krien brothers far below its value. Apparently, however, he had injected a further 100,000 euros in cash to the Krien brothers. A week earlier, Moritz Kintrup had stolen 100,000 euros from his farm. After Thiel put the Krien brothers under subtle pressure, they give in and report that they wanted to sell the farm to Moritz Kintrup, who wanted to buy it as a retirement home for his mother. However, she was by no means enthusiastic about her son's idea. The contract would almost have come about with Moritz Kintrup if he had not corrected the offer downwards at the last moment while Raffael Lembeck increased his offer. So that the farm does not fall to Moritz Kintrup and Moritz Kintrup can deport his mother Ruth there, Ruth Kintrup had given her neighbor Raffael Lembeck 100,000 euros to purchase the property and claimed that her unloved daughter-in-law Milena stole the money. With this cash injection, Lembeck was able to acquire the farm from the Krien brothers.

Raffael Lembeck's alternative treatment methods , with which he had puzzling reproductive successes, were so popular with women in particular that wealthy patients even traveled from overseas to have their desire for children fulfilled. Herbert Thiel discovered the route between Düsseldorf Airport and Wolbecker Hof as a lucrative route by taxi, for which he negotiated an exclusive contract with Lembeck.

The investigation goes on the spot, but the two former friends Milena and Stella manage to revive their friendship after Stella has accepted Milena's child Theo. Milena even has so much confidence in her that she puts Theo in her friend's arms.

The mood between Thiel and Boerne, however, is clouded due to open gambling debts in the amount of 120 euros after a game of chess , which Thiel was able to win despite the Rubinstein trap set him by Boerne . For the mood, it is not very beneficial that hair samples that Boerne was able to take from the victim under his fingernails are eaten by a goat when Boerne lets his car out of his sight for a moment in a pasture. Boerne conceals this mishap as well as the fact that the dead person has a hematoma on the left cheek that comes from a signet ring and shows the engraving of the piece of jewelry quite clearly. In order to save the situation, Boerne tries, without Thiel's knowledge, to solve the riddle of the owner of the seal ring single-handedly by giving Moritz Kintrup an insight into the documents and photographs of the autopsy. Meanwhile, Thiel succeeds in collecting genetic material from razors, diapers and pacifiers, which forensic doctor Boerne can use in the laboratory. Prosecutor Wilhelmine Klemm then ordered a DNA test in Wolbeck to obtain comparative samples and to clarify the relationships between the villagers.

As soon as the investigation seems to take off, Theo, Milena's baby, disappears. Stella kidnaps the son of her neighbor after Thiel informed her that her husband Raffael is the father of Milena's child, who received a sperm donation because her husband Moritz is unable to procreate. Thiel and Boerne can put Stella in the Münster harbor , where she escapes onto a high, disused loading crane. After a loud argument with Thiel, the diaper slips out of her arms and falls to the floor. Boerne discovers that Theo did not land in the harbor basin, but a teddy bear. Meanwhile, Theo is unharmed in the back seat of Stella's car.

It turns out that Raffael Lembeck, through donating sperm from the three Krien brothers, helped those of his patients whose partners were unable to procreate. Thereupon Jutta Krien leaves her husband Thomas.

Before Lembeck's death, Ruth Kintrup had a paternity test carried out that identified Raffael Lembeck as Theo's father. She had communicated the result to her son Moritz. Then Moritz went to Raffael Lembeck, who advised him to view his child as a “miracle of Wolbeck”. In sheer fury, Moritz struck the doctor to the ground with a punch. With the signet ring that Thiel and Boerne discover on a wedding photo of Moritz and Milena Kintrup, they can convict Moritz as the perpetrator. But Ruth Kintrup also went to see Lembeck at night because she felt guilty for telling her son about the results of the paternity test. She saw Lembeck lying on the ground injured and bleeding to death. She informed her son that Lembeck was fine. Thiel assumes, however, that she only wants to protect her son in order to be held responsible for the doctor's death herself.

When Thiel leads the suspect Moritz Kintrup to the car, Ruth Kintrup confesses that she was raped by Eugen "asshole" Krien, the father of the Krien brothers, about 40 years ago. Their son Moritz emerged from this act. The rape took place in the stable where Lembeck also died. It had nothing to do with Lembeck that Ruth Kintrup let him die, but only with the place where it happened.

Thiel leads Moritz Kintrup, who has to leave his mother, wife and son on the farm.

Eugen Krien
Ruth Kintrup
Bert Krien ∞
Gert Krien ∞
Thomas Krien
Jutta Krien
Moritz Kintrup
Milena Kintrup
Raffael Lembeck †
Stella Lembeck
2 children
3 children
4 children
Pedigree of supporting roles
Family or marriage relationship
Parenthood without marriage


ButtonBlue.svg  Filming   and performance locations other filming locations

The film was shot in different locations in Münster and Cologne . Shooting began on April 17, 2012. From April 20, 2012, shooting took place in Münster. On May 5, 2012, the decommissioned loading crane in the port of Münster was turned in front of the Flechtheim and Rhenuss storage facilities and the combined cycle power plant . In addition, the film was shot in Münster on Salzstrasse as well as in front of the city ​​library and Lambertikirche . Further shooting took place in Münster-Wolbeck . Finally, the film was shot on Wolbecker Landstrasse. The film team spent two days shooting in Münster. In a scene in which one looks over the roofs of the city of Münster, the town house , the Lamberti , the Dominican , the Holy Cross and the Clement Church can be seen. The recordings, which take place in the courtyard of the killed doctor Raffael Lembeck, were filmed for two weeks at Gut Asperschlag in Niederaussem . The scene in which Thiel visits a snack bar and the Niederaussem power station can be seen in the background , which is already shown in the opening credits , was created here on Dormagener Straße . The scene towards the end of the film, which shows Thiel and Boerne in front of a church, was recorded in Hüchelhoven in front of St. Michaelskirche , where the scenes in and in front of the village pub were shot on Nikolaus-Adams-Straße. The shooting ended on May 22, 2012, according to different information, it lasted a day longer.

On October 22nd, 2012 the screening took place in the UCI Kinowelt in the Colosseum in Berlin , in the Mundsburg in Hamburg and in Düsseldorf . The next day the film was shown in the Mathäser Filmpalast in Munich . On November 15, 2012, the episode was shown in three sold out performances in the Cineplex Münster in front of a total of 3,000 spectators. The actors Axel Prahl, Christine Urspruch, Lisa Feller and Claus D. Clausnitzer as well as the director Matthias Tiefenbacher were present. The head of the TV film, cinema and series department at WDR Prof. Gebhard Henke, WDR editor Nina Klamroth and producers Iris Kiefer and Katrin Kuhn were also present. They were welcomed by the incumbent Mayor Markus Lewe .

Before the first broadcast of the episode, Das Wunder von Wolbeck made headlines with the fact that a spelling mistake crept into the TV advertising trailer of the ARD that incorrectly identifies the district as "Wohlbeck" . The Prisma shares this notation in its film review. The WDR press office announced a correction as soon as possible.

Boerne drives a Wiesmann Roadster MF3 with 343 hp manufactured in Dülmen .

The inscription "Wolbeck - City of Münster - District of Münster", which can be read in the film on the entrance sign to Wolbeck, was replaced in 1975 by the note "Wolbeck - District of Münster".

The two actors Stephan Kampwirth and Jan-Peter Kampwirth , who can be seen in the roles of Moritz Kintrup and Bert Krien, are brothers.


Audience ratings

The first broadcast of Das Wunder von Wolbeck on November 25, 2012 was seen by a total of 12.11 million viewers in Germany and achieved a market share of 31.7% for Das Erste ; in the group of 14 to 49 year old viewers , 4, 13 million viewers and a market share of 26.5% can be achieved. The film achieved the highest Tatort audience rating since 1993. Thus, Das Wunder von Wolbeck clearly prevailed against the simultaneous German free TV premiere of the American action comedy Knight and Day, which was broadcast on ProSieben , and was able to win more viewers than the one hour before broadcast last race of the formula 1 2012 season , in which Sebastian Vettel became the third consecutive time world champion.

In Austria 700,000 viewers were reached and thus an average reach of 10% and a market share of 16% were achieved.


The film received mixed reviews. Several critics positively commented that the film tried to break new ground and knew how to entertain. Several times it was rated negatively that the Münster crime scene, which usually does not live from the tension anyway, relies too heavily on comedy in this episode and sometimes has lengths.

Liefers is of the opinion that the episode is “no more clunky than before” and speculates, “maybe the viewers have this impression because they have already seen a few episodes and every case is a thriller fun” .

Mostly positive reviews

Wolbeck's miracle is "sad, tragic and moving" . The film is reminiscent of a western , remarked actress Christine Urspruch at the premiere in Münster. It is an "imaginative film" that uses an "unfamiliar narrative style" and comes along with an "unconventional montage" , states Rainer Tittelbach. The episode "goes to the country and otherwise breaks out of the crime comedy routine" of the Münster crime scene. The script “does not look for the sure punchline, the quick laugh, here the weird does not stay on the surface, but goes deeper” . “The Westphalian laziness of the mouth is good for the film” , in which “the crazy dominates” and the film language adapts to the absurdities. “The grotesque wins the upper hand” , but “only the land is flat here” .

The TV Spielfilm editorial team considers the episode to be a “well-cast country grotesque” , which, however, raises the question “when exactly over the past ten years the element of» crime story «got lost” . She therefore asks the question: “When will it finally get exciting again?” Jens Szameit from Teleschau Mediendienst saw “a laconic Westphalia Western with dry and dusty punchlines about a case that is being outrageously drawn out” . “It's not the fine sense of humor” , he judges, but at the same time admits, “the whole thing is unquestionably amusing” .

Miriam Hollstein writes in the Welt am Sonntag : “This crime scene is not a ruminant. He tries to surprise. ” The play by Lina Beckmann in the role of Stella Lembeck is “ a little too theatrical ” . The episode is "visually elegantly staged" and "interspersed with some pretty ideas" . The three actors who portray the Krien brothers were found to be similar to the Ludolfs . Investigator Thiel and coroner Boerne come "as usual with biting exchanges" . The episode is "relaxing free from social criticism" , but the action is "only sluggishly progressing" .

According to Jan Rößmann vom Stern , the result is “a lot of fun” . It “fulfills the expectations of the“ Tatort ”fans, and that promises a rewarding evening on the sofa. Because the demands on the most popular Sunday evening team in the country are now high: it should be cheerful, homely and subtle. " Lina Beckmann plays her role as " terribly crazy " . The episodes from Münster are "traditionally absurd" , however , The Wolbeck miracle pursues "a grotesquely ingenious plot idea" and thus "takes the madness to extremes" . The “framework and core plot mesh perfectly” , which is underlaid with the appropriate “country music and Irish folk” . Some “procreation outrages” are chosen “too crude” , and “Boerne's provincial bashing” does not fit the “otherwise so local patriotic line” of the Tatort producers, but the “self-deprecating way the scriptwriters deal with their own piety” helps the episode achieve theirs Moments of shine ” . "The tension curve is right through the red thread and the humorous sayings." It is pleasing that the episode " can provoke " lively "crime scene" fans to the Sunday evening sofa debate about the desire to have children, motives for murder and the price of one's own reproduction " and therefore " itself Turning on after 22 episodes is worthwhile.

Hubert Spiegel from the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung is of the opinion that “brute humor” was chosen in order to help the episode that “changed the genre” succeed. Some punch lines are "more old-fashioned than subtle, but [that] is apparently particularly popular with young audiences" . Hubert Spiegel sees the success of the Münster crime scene episodes in the fact that "a classic recipe for success for the" crime scene "is varied in an original way: socially relevant topics are tabloidized without ever losing sight of the dramatic core of the case" . The result is a "small tragedy and harmless farce at the same time" , which, however, has a certain length, because "the educational work stumbles rather laboriously" . The "happily cobbled together script" works thanks to "country music and rodeo romance" and a good performance by the actors. Although Friederike Kempter is "pushed to the edge of the action in a particularly relentless manner" , Lina Beckmann , Stephan Kampwirth and Hildegard Schmahl offer a solid performance.

Karin Völker from the Westfälische Nachrichten reports that the episode offers a "nice mixture of eccentric eccentricity, black humor and lots of gossip [...] against the backdrop of a staid rural idyll and dull official bourgeoisie" . According to her colleague Petra Noppeney, "the very tough case [...] again very abstruse" is solved by using a "crude dramaturgical crutch" . “The case construction is definitely not the strength” of this episode, but the protagonists' “teasing” can be enjoyed.

Mostly negative reviews

Holger Gertz from the Süddeutsche Zeitung is of the opinion, “Münster is sacred to the people, Münster is like Guttenberg before the affair . In Münster they can do anything and trust that the masses will demand: give us more of it. ” At the same time, however, he fears that “ this scam might be dead at some point ” . This point in time could have come with the episode Das Wunder von Wolbeck , with “the director Matthias Tiefenbacher dared something” . With a “rather difficult story” , however, “a grotesque with strange people and strange animals” emerged.

According to the judgment of Christian Buß from Spiegel Online, the miracle of Wolbeck represents “crime scene” - Murks from Münster ” . “ The dramaturgy ” is then “ steeply downhill ” . At the same time, there is a lack of “sure instinct” when a “particularly unsavory episode, a sequence of ironic considerations on the subject of having children and cattle breeding” is shown. This reduces the episode to a “body juice burlesque from Münsterland” .

Detlef Hartlap from Prisma is of the opinion that Lina Beckmann's role is “too shallow to challenge her skills” , whereas Julia Krynke's acting is “outstanding” . As a result, there was "an excess of tragedy" that was "watered down" so that it was the "weakest Münster crime scene for ten years" . Hartlap awarded three out of five possible points.

In the judgment of Ralf Heimann from the Münsterschen Zeitung , the film is an “over-the- top” thriller, which admittedly advanced to a “very successful episode” with “a fireworks display” .

Johannes Loy from Westfälische Nachrichten does not share the opinion of his two colleagues Völker and Noppeney and describes the episode as "Wolbeck bankruptcy" due to the relatively few scenes that were created in the Münsterland, which means that the region is not shown "authentically in the picture" .

Audience reactions

The episode polarized the audience. In the viewer ranking of the Tatort-Fundus website , Das Wunder von Wolbeck was ranked 830th among the 851 Tatort episodes published up to then a few days after it was broadcast. As the worst-rated Münster crime scene, the film was around 400 ranks behind the second-worst rated case by the investigative team.

The film received mixed ratings from the Münster population, critical voices spoke of a lack of local color, wanted images with recognition value from the Wolbeck Zoo or Wolbeck Castle and criticized a distorted image of Wolbeck through the depiction of a Rhenish pub. Letters to the editor printed in the local daily newspapers showed a negative trend. According to a non-representative survey by the Münsterschen Zeitung , in which 1,828 votes were given to the question “Did you like the anniversary crime scene?” , 19.86% answered yes , 69.86% no and 10.28% said for not having seen the episode.

The fact that the audience's reactions are so different and that “a real little fight has broken out on the Internet between supporters and critics of the episode is great,” says well-known screenwriter Wolfgang Stauch . The two main actors from the Münster crime scene were invited to Wolbeck by the Wolbeck Trade Association after the episode was broadcast.

On February 4, 2013, the Monday before Rose Monday (billy goat Monday ), the Wolbeck Carnival Association decorated a moving van on February 4, 2013 with the inscription: "We offer miracles from Wolbeck, only Thiel and Co were never here!"

Individual evidence

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    Westfälische Nachrichten : Fools "loosen their bones": At the carnival parade in Wolbeck, the sun shines on 11,111 Schlachtenbummers , Münster-Wolbeck, Iris Sauer-Waltermann, February 5, 2013

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