In der ARD startet die dritte Staffel "Babylon Berlin". Die Kriminalassistentin Charlotte Ritter bekommt den Sexismus ihrer männlichen Kollegen singen Charlotte und ihre kleine Schwester Toni mit Inbrunst Claire Waldoffs. Toni Ritter ist die jüngere Schwester von Charlotte und geht noch zur Schule. Sie ist clever und. Set in , BABYLON BERLIN follows the city in the grip of radical change through the eyes of police inspector Gereon Rath. Toni Ritter ist die jüngere.
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What is the medicine he takes? The next day, Benda says during a speech that communist associations have planned to demonstrate on 1 May even though such rallies have been banned in Berlin.
When Gereon refuses to tell Bruno anything about his conversation with Benda, Bruno gets angry and arranges that the two of them will oversee the demonstrations together.
Gereon returns to his rooming house, where he finds the landlady, Elisabeth Behnke, gagged. He and the Russian engine driver get into a fistfight, and Gereon is able to throw him over a balcony.
When the driver then gets kidnapped on the street, Gereon tries to intervene, but fails to save him. The driver gets taken to a warehouse where he is questioned by Trokhin, the Soviet ambassador.
The driver admits that the train is loaded with a large number of gold bars belonging to Sorokin. Gereon and Bruno search the apartments of alleged communists during demonstrations, but find no incriminating evidence.
As they leave, a large convoy of policemen begins randomly firing at the crowds which horrifies Gereon. He and Bruno flee into a nearby house where two civilian women standing on a balcony are hit by bullets and seriously wounded.
Gereon is able to find Dr. Volcker, a female doctor who treats poor people and is a member of the KPD.
Later, Gereon and Charlotte, who now compiles reports, go to the morgue to examine the body of the Russian engine driver.
Charlotte points out how the victim's bruises are even and that he therefore probably did not die from natural circumstances.
Gereon recognises the corpse as that of the man who had broken into his apartment. Charlotte meets Greta, an old friend, and takes her to the Moka Efti.
Bruno meets Charlotte at the Moka Efti and asks her to spy on Gereon. Kardakov is shot by Svetlana after she calls the Soviets to her apartment.
Volcker leads a mass rally in front of the police station protesting the killings during the riot , and the police hold a press conference claiming self-defence but decorate a police officer accidentally shot by his toddler.
Gereon continues to investigate the picture. Following Gereon's tip, Charlotte breaks into Svetlana's apartment to investigate and finds a book dropped by Kardakov.
Kardakov tells the Armenian about the Sorokin gold. Gereon and Charlotte interview Trechkov, who gives them the address for the Red Fortress printing house.
Kardakov goes to the Armenian for help. Ketelbach asks Gereon for help to investigate the wounded police officer.
Stefan invites Charlotte and Greta to the rowing club where Greta meets Fritz, a KPD member. Gereon struggles writing a favourable police report of the riot shooting, despite pressure from Zorgiebel.
Major General Seegers discusses Operation Prangertag on Nyssen's family estate. Bruno helps Gereon find Krajewski, who take him into custody for questioning.
Kardakov goes with the Armenian and his men to the trainyard to find the gold, but accidentally releases poison gas from the mislabelled railcar.
Greta is employed by Benda despite her inexperience. Dr Schmidt conducts a lecture on PTSD, which is denounced by the audience.
A mysterious priest provides a barbiturate to the pharmacist to give to Gereon. Charlotte investigates the Anhalter freight yard as the railcars are being inspected by the Soviets.
Benda takes over the inspection with police officers, who informs Gereon that he is investigating illegal weapons imports by the Black Reichswehr.
Charlotte goes with Stefan to investigate the Red Fortress printer. Bruno invites Gereon to a Black Reichswehr gathering which show stab-in-the-back myth beliefs.
Gereon recounts being captured on the front line after carrying his brother from no man's land. Nyssen is interrogated by Benda about the chemical weapons.
Benda's family goes on a vacation, so Benda has dinner alone with Greta. Krajewski divulges the location of the film to Gereon and Bruno.
Gereon breaks into the safe in the Armenian's private room at the Moka Efti, and escapes with the films after a shootout with the Armenian's men. Gereon and Bruno destroy the films after watching several known politicians on the films, including Gereon's father.
Gereon and Bruno celebrate the success of the investigation, but the Armenian's contacts drug Gereon. Gereon is pursued by the priest before losing consciousness.
A mass grave of fifteen bodies from the Red Fortress print shop is discovered and Gereon is assigned to Homicide to investigate the execution-style murders.
Charlotte provides Gereon with the waybill showing the original railcar number of the Sorokin gold. The Homicide investigation team identifies the mysterious priest as Saint Joseph Wilczek, who was found killed.
Nyssen is released from prison in time to attend a Nyssen AG Board meeting, only to discover he has been removed from the Board by his mother.
Helga and Moritz surprise Gereon by arriving in Berlin after his brother Anno is officially declared killed in action.
Gereon and Helga re-kindle their relationship, but Moritz does not approve. At the Moka Efti, Charlotte eavesdrops on a meeting between Trokhin, Wendt and Zorgiebel regarding the seized train.
Greta talks to Fritz who is walking in the funeral procession for the women shot during the riot. Gereon arrests Soviet embassy attaches Selenski and Fallin after finding ballistic evidence tying the Soviets to the massacre.
Stefan spies on a meeting where Wendt divulges the location of the train. Benda and Gereon confront Trokhin with the massacre evidence, where Benda offers Trokhin a deal to cover up the incident in exchange for information on the Black Reichswehr personnel responsible for the illegal arms shipments.
Böhm investigates the Saint Josef murder. Stefan is killed by unknown attackers. In exchange for releasing Selenski and Fallin, Trokhin provides Gereon evidence that Beck and Seegers have been developing a secret German Air Force in Lipetsk.
Following a tip off from the Armenian Gereon listens to a radio broadcast by Dr Schmidt, discussing psychiatric treatment.
Gereon and Graf fly to Lipetsk to get photographic evidence of the secret airbase. Gereon recalls memories of himself killing Saint Josef.
Benda informs Minister Stresemann of the Black Reichswehr investigation, who is aware and sympathetic to the cause. Moritz finds Stefan's body.
Homicide detectives question Gereon and Bruno after ballistics evidence shows the same gun killed Saint Josef and Stefan, while Gereon and Bruno suspect each other.
Gereon moves Helga and Moritz out of Bruno's home to a hotel. Fritz visits Greta in Benda's house. Gereon asks Charlotte to help translate Stefan's shorthand diary after finding it in Bruno's house.
Charlotte is kidnapped by unknown assailants. Charlotte is brought to the Armenian and locked in the Moka Efti fridge when she cannot answer questions about the Sorokin gold.
Behnke discovers the import authorization form for the train dropped underneath Gereon's bed at the rooming house.
Benda convinces the Prussian Court to authorise an arrest of Seegers, Beck and other members of the Black Reichswehr. Bruno shows Moritz how to shoot a rifle after he finds an arms cache in the Wolters' apartment block basement.
Benda and Gereon interrogate the Black Reichswehr. Bruno and the Black Reichswehr set Operation Prangertag in motion, a government coup to install Erich Ludendorff as Chancellor and restore the monarchy.
Greta sees Fritz get shot by police outside the KPD office. Gereon questions Svetlana about the Sorokin gold.
After reading a detailed article by Katelbach on the Black Reichswehr, Gereon goes with Katelbach to meet his informant.
Katelbach's informant is murdered before the meeting with Gereon. Gereon and Benda interrogate General Seegers before all the arrested officers are released.
Otto tells Greta that Benda's men killed Fritz and she says she will do anything to get revenge. As part of Operation Prangertag, Bruno and Sheer attempt the assassination of the German and French foreign ministers, but are unsuccessful.
Charlotte translates Stefan's diary and informs the Armenian of the train robbery. President Hindenburg arrives at the press conference and removes General Seegers and orders the train to be returned to the Soviet Union.
Gereon and Charlotte inform Benda of the train robbery and attempt to intercept the robbery against Benda's orders. Greta lets Otto plant a bomb in Benda's home office.
Charlotte is shown to drown as the car that she is riding in with Gereon gets run off the road by Bruno into a lake.
Greta arms the bomb and tries to flee Berlin, but changes her mind as she runs into Fritz at the train station, now dressed in a SA uniform.
Greta runs back to the Benda house but is too late to stop the bomb from detonating. It is revealed that Gereon managed to revive Charlotte after her apparent drowning.
Henning and Czerwinski pick up Gereon and board the train. Bruno and the Black Reichswehr halt the train, but they are ambushed by the Armenian's gang.
Gereon confronts Bruno on the train and discovers that the gold is actually fake. Henning and Czerwinski incapacitate the Armenian gang with anaesthetic while Bruno starts the train.
After fighting with Gereon on top of the train, Bruno is killed after causing a gas explosion. Wendt becomes the new Head of the Political Police and wants Gereon to unofficially lead a new covert Internal Review department that investigates internal political crimes and corruption.
Charlotte becomes a deputy homicide detective. Observing the Sorokin painting in Svetlana's apartment, Gereon and Charlotte deduce that the train was made of gold.
In Paris, Kardakow watches Svetlana sing in a cabaret. Gereon is attacked by a KPD group led by Dr. Volcker but is rescued by the Armenian and taken to Dr.
Under hypnosis, Gereon realises the truth: that he did not attempt to rescue his brother Anno, who was injured in no-man's-land, but that he in fact ran away.
The badly scarred Dr Schmidt is actually Gereon's brother, Anno. Charlotte aces her crime-scene reenactment exam, but later stumbles over a technical detail and is failed by Ullrich, despite worse-performing male candidates.
At the film studio, Bellman tries to get Rath to declare the death an accident. Weintraub is greeted affectionately at the home of his business partner, Edgar the Armenian.
Nyssen and his mother are reassured that the stock market is booming, and she wants to make a large investment. Nyssen tells Wegener that he is bipolar and predicts a coming stock market crash, which he blames on Jewish financial manipulation.
He orders Wegener to illegally obtain the client lists of the major banks. Helga goes for a pregnancy test. Rath reviews the footage of Winter's death and notices that one actress, Tilly Brooks, was acting strangely.
Edgar and Weintraub visit Moka Efti, which has been damaged in an explosion. Edgar thinks that the explosion and Winter's death were not accidents, but has covered the murder up as their million-dollar investment is at stake.
Charlotte and her sister, Toni, clean up after their messy co-tenant. Instead of going home to Helga, Rath has another session with Dr. Rath and Helga argue.
Weintraub and Edgar's wife, Esther, are shown kissing. Greta goes on trial, where Benda's widow gives passionate testimony against her. Rath discovers that Wendt has ordered to seal Greta's files.
Meanwhile, Wendt tries to get Commissioner Zörgiebel to resign by threatening another trial about the police shootings of communists.
The police find out that the electrician in charge of the spotlight that killed Winter had been impersonated by a former co-worker, Felix Krempin.
The death is deemed a murder, and therefore insurance will not cover the losses. Charlotte's sister tells her that their mother left something for her at a former neighbor's.
Tilly Brooks tells Rath that she saw a ghostlike man in a cloak when the spotlight fell, and confesses to Charlotte that she overheard Winter argue with her husband, co-star Tristan Rot, about going to America.
Rath confronts Wendt about Greta, and he tells Rath to focus instead on Hans Litten, a Communist Party lawyer, who he says is demanding that Zörgiebel be put on trial.
Helga is given a key to an expensive hotel suite under her maiden name. Meanwhile, her son is recruited by the Hitler Youth.
Rath shares his suspicions with Charlotte that Wendt is covering up for the Nazis and they agree to try to help Greta. A Nazi party organizer, Stennes, meets with Wendt at his estate and tells him he must handle the threat of Greta's testifying against the Nazis or there will be no more assistance.
Weintraub and Edgar pressure Bellman to complete the film. Rath arrests Krempin, who admits to sabotage but denies killing Winter, before being shot dead by a cloaked figure.
Recasting of Winter's role begins at Babelsberg. Rath interrogates Tristan Rot, who admits to an occult connection with Krempin.
The cloak is Rot's costume for the film. A seamstress admits that Krempin got her to steal a copy of it, but confirms his alibi for Winter's murder.
Tilly Brooks is cast in Winter's role. Edgar wants to co-operate with Rath to find the killer, and informs him that Dr. Schmidt's PTSD cure comes with a price.
Vera, who had also wanted the starring role, locks Tilly in the dressing room. The producers, angered by her not showing up on the set, replace Tilly with Vera.
Tilly is killed by the cloaked figure, whom Charlotte then sees escaping from the window to the courtyard.
Greta recants her testimony, now stating that Communists rather than Nazis incited her to plant the bomb. Charlotte tells her superiors about her insights regarding the Phantom case.
Gennat lectures her about protocol, and assigns Böhm to lead the investigation in Rath's place. In prison, Greta is attacked by Dr.
Völcker, who tries to find out why she recanted. Czerwinski and Henning learn from the studio's beverage suppliers that Rot had the key to the studio courtyard just before the murder.
When they leave, they are watched by a mysterious man. Amongst Krempin's belongings, Rath finds a box of occult items and a secret invitation to a ceremony at Rot's house.
Ilse finds out she needs an expensive eye surgery. Charlotte is given a bundle of her mother's letters by the former neighbour and finds a postcard from "E", who may be her real father.
On her way home, she sees Helga enter the hotel. Helga meets with Nyssen, who offers to let her use the suite, which belongs to his family, for as long as she wants.
Rath asks Henning to find Helga. At Rath's bidding, Gräf accesses the archives to photograph Greta's interrogation.
The archive attendant remembers him from the red-light district and forces him to give oral sex. Later, Gräf and Rath look at the photos and notice Katelbach's name on a secret list compiled by the political police.
Over drinks, Gräf tells Rath about how Gennat pulled him off the street and got him a job as police photographer.
They dance together drunkenly. Charlotte goes dancing with Vera, who is her old friend from Moka Efti. She encourages Charlotte to go find "E" and comes onto her.
Böhm gives Charlotte a menial assignment, but Rath tells her to instead investigate the secret list. A Nazi active named Horst Kessler, whose name is on the list, hires sex worker Erna for the day with plans to rescue her from her pimp.
In court, Greta is sentenced to death and refuses appeal. Rath sees Wendt whisper to Benda's widow. Charlotte is upset by the sentence and disappointed by Rath's reaction.
She tells him that she saw Helga enter the hotel. Rath finds only Moritz is there. Katelbach takes Elisabeth into his confidence. She rebuffs his sexual advances.
Völcker is assigned to Greta's cell. Wendt proposes allowing the Nazis to create civil unrest to further the conservatives' plans; the General disagrees.
Minister Stresemann suddenly walks in and asserts that the monarchists and the military should work together. Moritz asks to move in with Rath and gives him a letter from Helga asking him to let her go.
Weintraub denies the lead role of the film from Esther. Charlotte confronts Vera about her relationship with Weintraub, and she admits that he told her to lie that they were together when Winter was murdered.
Nyssen admits to Dr. Schmidt that revenge is the reason for his obsession with Jewish financiers. Unable to find Rath, Charlotte asks Czerwinski and Henning to put surveillance on Weintraub without telling Böhm.
Litten enters an appeal for Greta and the judge calls Wendt. Rath arrests Pechtmann, but Greta denies recognising him. Ullrich goes over Tilly's possessions and in a locket finds a hair that belongs to Weintraub.
Toni wants to buy budgies from a street vendor but does not have the money. Nyssen describes to the General's group how the manipulation of over-extended small investors is about to cause the economy to collapse and suggests that, by short-selling massive amounts of stock, they will make billions, which will create an opportunity to change society radically.
Wendt is interested, but the others scoff. Later, a poker game reveals the mutual distrust brewing within the group. Czerwinski and Henning observe Weintraub arriving at Babelsberg and ordering his men to protect Vera.
Rath and Charlotte arrive at the studio as well. The Phantom kills Vera's guard and injures her. Rath intervenes but is also injured, and the Phantom escapes.
A disoriented Vera appears on a catwalk above the soundstage. Charlotte rushes to comfort her. The Phantom appears and throws her off the catwalk.
The Phantom carries Vera to the roof and jumps off with her. His mask comes off, revealing Weintraub. Elisabeth suggests that they marry. MaLu runs into Wendt at a restaurant.
Charlotte cannot afford the doctor's fees for Ilse's surgery, but is given the name of a cheaper doctor by his nurse.
Toni bumps into Peter on the street and is offered a job reading books for a rich "uncle". Wendt calls Nyssen and says he will persuade the General's group if Nyssen asks his mother for million to invest in the short-buy scheme.
During a power outage, Edgar visits Rath in hospital and seeks confirmation that Weintraub is guilty. Schmidt revives Weintraub with electroshocks.
He tells Edgar that the real Phantom pushed Vera and him off the roof and admits to loving Esther. Helga arranges for an illegal abortion.
Charlotte performs in a sex show to earn money for Ilse's surgery. Edgar confronts Esther about loving Weintraub as the police arrive to search their house.
Esther is brought in to finish the film, while helping Weintraub hide and recover at the studio. Police interrogate Edgar while conducting a city-wide search for Weintraub.
Charlotte takes Ilse to meet the eye doctor for surgery. Horst pays Ali to release Erna, but Wendt's henchman tells Horst to get rid of her.
Wendt questions Rath about Katelbach and gets a warrant to search Elisabeth's place. Nyssen forges a document to obtain power of attorney from his mother, and enters into a three-month short futures contract with the bank.
Rath talks to Helga about Moritz and gets into a fight with Nyssen. Litten takes on Katelbach's treason charge and without Litten's knowledge, Malu offers to provide secret Reichswehr plans to Elisabeth for Katelbach's case.
The homicide department brings in Dr. Schmidt to conduct a psychic reading to find Weintraub. On a follow-up inspection on the roof of the film studios, Rath finds a bloody knife.
Rath searches for the missing Pechtmann, and discovers his wife and child. Charlotte convinces Greta to accept Litten's representation.
After reading to her patron, Toni is asked to take a bath with the door open. Ali shoots Horst during a Hitler Youth meeting which Moritz attended.
Charlotte asks Cziczewicz about Toni, and stumbles on Helga's illegal abortion. Charlotte confronts Toni about her new birds and how they were purchased.
Ullrich plants a fingerprint on the newly discovered knife. Ullrich approaches Gosztony with evidence that ties him to the Krempin murder. Ullrich shows Rath that Weintraub's fingerprints are on the discovered knife, but Charlotte points out that the attacker wore gloves.
Wendt is given Benda's diary by his widow; it proves that Zörgiebel ordered the police to start shooting during the 1 May riots.
Nyssen attempts suicide, but is saved by Helga. Wendt uses the diary to force Zörgiebel to resign. Ilse's surgery has made her almost blind, and Charlotte is blamed for arranging it.
Malu gives photographic evidence to Elisabeth, who forwards it to Rath. Charlotte inspects Weintraub's fingerprints and points out the suspected forgery to Ullrich, who knocks her unconscious.
Ullrich kills his assistant when he sees unconscious Charlotte and gives her a lethal insulin injection. Rath stumbles upon Ullrich hiding the bodies and is stabbed with insulin as well.
Ullrich then takes Gennat hostage and pretends to conduct a lecture in the auditorium. Ullrich reveals that the Gosztony brothers wanted to bankrupt the film production as revenge against Edgar for cutting out Sandor's tongue and feeding it to his brother, and that Ullrich conspired to falsify the police evidence and frame Weintraub.
Rath recovers and finds Charlotte, who is still alive. Gräf arranges for back-up, and he and Rath rescue Gennat, while Charlotte is treated by doctors.
Stresemann has a fatal heart attack while talking with Wendt. Rath goes to arrest the Gosztony brothers but Bela escapes.