In the first “Tatort: ​​You stay here” (Sunday, January 15, 8:15 p.m., Das Erste), which he wrote himself, the Dortmund “Tatort” star Jörg Hartmann tells of experiences of loss that also concern the Pott-born boy himself.

After the shocking death of Commissioner Martina Bönisch (Anna Schudt), fans of the Dortmund “crime scene” had to wait almost a year for the Ruhr area thriller to continue. Now the time has come. Incidentally, actor Jörg Hartmann himself wrote the screenplay for “You stay here” – the last words of the dying Bönisch to her beloved colleague. The thriller is about the loss of old places and a Ruhr area culture that the actor, who was born in 1969, got to know himself. Some scenes of the film take place in an old-fashioned hairdressing salon run by a childhood friend of the inspector. “What I describe in the film is something that I miss,” says Jörg Hartmann, who was born in Hagen and grew up in Herdecke, in an interview with the teleschau agency.

“Especially this old hairdressing salon that I describe in the film – in the past there was more neighborliness and mutual help,” says Hartmann. “The hairdresser from the ground floor has fetched fries for everyone, or you left your child in the shop for a moment because you had to go shopping. You knew each other and helped each other. That’s how I remember it. Today it doesn’t exist anymore. Everyone is under stress, has a thousand appointments, is ‘scheduled’. The spontaneous time together is missing completely. Also getting involved with each other.”

In the film, the actor, who now lives in Potsdam with his wife and two small children, incorporated several locations that were important to him in his youth. “I believe that the idea of ​​togetherness was lived particularly intensively in the Ruhr area. It was also a reason back then to do the ‘Tatort’ in Dortmund, because this commitment has brought me back home more often. The older I get, the more I miss this feeling.” In autumn 2021, Hartmann celebrated his “tenth” anniversary as Dortmund “psycho investigator” Peter Faber. His colleagues from 2012, played by Anna Schudt, Aylin Tezel and Stefan Konarske, have all left the format.

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The original of this post “”Tatort” star Jörg Hartmann: “The spontaneous time together is completely missing”” comes from Teleschau.