In this classic German thriller, Hans Beckert, a serial killer who preys on children, becomes the focus of a massive Berlin police manhunt. Beckert's heinous crimes are so repellant and disruptive to city life that he is even targeted by others in the seedy underworld network. With both cops and criminals in pursuit, the murderer soon realizes that people are on his trail, sending him into a tense, panicked attempt to escape justice.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:99 minutes
  • Release:1933
  • Language:German
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:capture,   murder,   torture,  

When the police in a German city are unable to catch a child-murderer, other criminals join in the manhunt. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


M torrent reviews

Thomas T (kr) wrote: With Michael B. Jordan as the main role, he gives Fruitvale Station the ability to overview one of the most tragic, yet powerful stories ever told.

Edward K (br) wrote: This is a disjointed mess of a movie. I'm not exactly sure what the hell I just saw

Nicoletta K (mx) wrote: Prof. Richard Dawkins... Very well said...very, well, said...

Nadine L (gb) wrote: Loved it, give me more.

Peter P (gb) wrote: An absolute visual treat! ...and a worthwhile story to return to as well!

Alex A (ca) wrote: The producers meets weekend at Bernie's and Manhattan. Woody Allen does not disappoint, even if he truly believes the phrase: "Thank God the French exist."

Jason S (ca) wrote: it wasn't that great kindof funny

Leonard D (nl) wrote: It's a sequel which doesn't make sense, though, still enjoyable to watch!

Courtney S (de) wrote: This is directed by the woman who directed 'Slumber Party Massacre'.....hmm...

Katy C (gb) wrote: haven't seen it but it sounds exciting for a 1957 movie... yeah... ha!!!! i posted this comment before all of you!!!!! ha... ha ha ha...................................ha... bye..........

Jason K (de) wrote: not bad, nice character piece- though did have a major issue understanding alot of dialog due to the ultra south everyone spoke in (good for the movie characters bad for non south people trying to understand southern mumbles). Kinda nice to see Rockwell acting instead of getting close and then falling back on comedy in a pinch (to which i like, but havent ever really seen this side personally from him).