If someone lies dead in his bed, yet his head is one meter next to him, you can assume an unnatural death.
Detectives Lisa Becker and Fabian Zonk find themselves in a series of extremely bloody decapitations, which seem to have no motive. However, after some time, it turns out that behind those crimes lurks a secret that changed Lisa's life forever.
As much as Lisa Becker loves to see naked young men – alive she likes them even more.
But they are killed, and the trail leads to an artist community, in which the eccentric attendees have to hide more than one mystery. Detectives Lisa and her colleague / lover Fabian have to face the task of finding an insane killer – among a crowd of crackpots.
She is lying here, dead: In a vault without blood in her body and two holes in the neck. And she wears false vampire teeth.
What begins for detectives Lisa Becker and Fabian Zonk as a cheap horror movie turns into a bizarre ghost train full of bloodless corpses, aristocratic and non-aristocratic eccentrics and vampire enthusiasts who have more than one use for blood.
Private detective Philip Eckstein manages things in his own way - which isn’t always legal. Or decent.
Maybe that's why Amanda shows up asking him to find her missing brother. That sounds like a simple job, but Philip soon discovers that he has embarked on a mad rush which, in the end, only one man can survive.
An ironic homage to the hardboiled thriller, located in contemporary Berlin.
A young American turns up at Philip Eckstein’s office, claiming that he gets persecuted by the NSA. Philip tries to get rid of him in an elegant way - until it turns out that he is telling the truth. An incited Philip runs from one shooting to the next, interrupted only by neck breaking chases and cynical verbal duels.
The big showdown takes place on the Devil's Mountain, at one of the most bizarre places that have ever existed in the world - and not just because it looks like a penis.