Realize that I prefer watching Tatorts with beautiful houses and enviable workplaces. We recognized many of the settings and kept calling them out. It opened on a company boat trip -- an event that was familiar to us. It looked like Spring, mirroring one of the first spring days of the year, so it must have been shot last year. Borowski wore an unusual (for him) 'fesche' printed scarf, very a la Bernd in the Biggest Loser 2013 -- must have been something in the mode Zeitgeist last year (also gave R. a similar scarf for his May birthday last year which he has never worn. Sad face.}.
Definite logic collapses in this Tatort and inexplicable instances of commissioners being in the right place at just the right time, the 'womanizer' looked like dog's dinner and had all the charm of a squashed snail -- but after a few weeks of blah Tatorts I finally enjoyed one, so, yay.
Did you figure out what the wife was supposed to do after she confessed to the murder? Was someone else meant to come forward and disprove her? Isn't she facing jail time anyways for kidnapping and defacing a corpse? How could she have borne going to jail and leaving that beautiful villa? Questions upon questions... Can anyone explain the plot twist to me?