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Tatort: Out for the Count

Prize-winner 2014
European CIVIS Television Prize – entertainment

Prize-winner:Martin Ambrosch
Editorial:Alexander Vedernjak
Direction:Sabine Derflinger
Film, ORF

The Bulgarian ex-prostitute Yulga goes up in flames during a cigarette break. The culprit – a twelve year old boy. He sprayed the smoking woman with gasoline from a pump water pistol. Who had persuaded Ivo to commit the vicious attack and why? He doggedly remains silent. Ivo’s mother is forced by the brutal pimp Aziz to become involved in street prostitution. When Ivo disappears, the police assume that the boy ist to be disposed of. The investigators Bibi Fellner and Moritz Eisner take up the search.

Excerpt from the jury’s statement
Prostitution and trafficking – very exciting, relentless. An exceptional thriller with wonderful actors.

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