Die ersten beiden Staffeln von "Mindhunter" hat viele Netflix-Zuschauer an die Bildschirme gefesselt und eine dritte sollte bald folgen. MINDHUNTER ist eine Serie von Joe Penhall mit Jonathan Groff (Holden Ford), Holt McCallany (Bill Tench). Finde hier alle Informationen zur 2 Staffeln und In den späten 70er Jahren widmen sich zwei FBI-Agenten neuen Techniken, um Kriminelle zu fassen. Sie tauchen dafür tief in die Psyche von Mördern ein, analysieren deren Verhalten, und kommen selbst den unrealistischen Monstern nahe.
„Mindhunter“ Staffel 3 abgesetzt? Alle Infos zum Stand der DingeCameron Britton wurde für seine Rolle in dieser Serie von David Fincher und Charlize Theron für einen Emmy nominiert. Videos. MINDHUNTER. Die Netflix-Serie Mindhunter sucht die Antwort auf diese Frage. Ende der 70er-Jahre begeben sich die FBI-Agenten Holden Ford (Jonathan Groff). Die Netflix-Serie Mindhunter folgt zwei FBI-Agenten, die sich mit der Psyche von Serienkillern und der Laune des Verbrechens befassen. Dabei verlieren sie.
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Watch the video. Olivia Wilde and Zoe Lister-Jones interview each other about their Sundance film How It Ends. Two FBI agents, fighting the departmental stigma of backroom boys - those who try to complicate the status quo of simple Means, Motive, Opportunity MMO of crime-solving with academics - work to develop an innovative investigative field incorporating psychology, anthropology and sociology as a method to reveal the motive.
They acknowledge classic crime-solving - MMO - as no longer sufficient because criminality is becoming more complicated as Motive graduates from need and greed to inexplicable and irrational reasons.
They theorize applying deeper psychological evaluation will posit new questions. Simply, asking Why will lead to the Who.
This series focuses on the development by two men, two agents, of a new criminal field and does so through story lines of visiting the sociopathic mind.
Written by sasisami. I wanted to see something like Zodiac for a long time and couldn't find something and then my friend suggested to watch this and my mind is blown.
David Fincher gives something that literally no other person could give. It has a perfect pacing and the pilot is for character introduction and the second episode is due character development.
And from the 3rd episode the series starts in a full fledged way and boom you get what you are looking for it's one of the best and very-very enjoyable.
Fincher is the MVP here and he does his job perfectly. It's so good that I'm ready to beg Fincher to start it's production ASAP. All Titles TV Episodes Celebs Companies Keywords Advanced Search.
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It's , and Holden Ford, a discouraged hostage mediator for the FBI, forms a surprising bond with seasoned agent Bill Tench as he examines a new breed of murderers.
After Holden examines Ed Kemper, a bizarrely intelligible killer, the Bureau has an unfavorable response to his probing.
Holden and Tench's first victory in the form of an arrest comes after the addition of Dr. Wendy Carr. Holden and Bill discuss with Dr.
Carr and begin categorizing their research subjects. The team is shocked by a new development. Wendy contemplates a tempting offer.
Bill and Holden find it hard to explain their research findings in the perplexing Altoona case to the authorities.
Wendy takes a chance and moves to join Bill and Holden full time. The team struggles to handle the emotional severity of their work.
Wendy and Bill meet with a potential addition to the team. After hearing reports of a school principal with a peculiar habit, Holden is enticed to investigate.
During a troubling interview with serial killer Richard Speck, Holden's approach causes a rift among the team and sparks an internal FBI investigation.
A stressful in-house scrutiny gets the best of the team. Holden's brash manner brings out a confession but endangers his relationships, health, and career.
View All Mindhunter: Season 1 News. All Critics Top Critics 42 Fresh 97 Rotten 3. Most TV crime dramas are whodunits. Columbo famously reversed things by starting with the murder, and making it a "How'd he get him?
It's a "Whydunit. Sometimes it's funny. Often it's chilling. But however you take it, at least "Mindhunter" is working a fresh angle.
Jonathan Groff anchors the show with his riveting performance as the cerebral Agent Holden Ford, an earnest, confident and socially awkward innovator.
Mindhunter expertly satirizes a now well-worn crime genre, in which the solver of crimes takes center stage, rather than the crimes themselves, or their victims.
David Fincher has made two great episodes, leaving his mark but without cannibalizing the proposal. There has never been a more timely release date for a show about why men do the terrible things they do, or a better time to watch men work backwards, trying to figure each other out, saying what women already know.
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Ford and Tench interview Montie Rissell , a serial killer who murdered five women in Virginia. Rissell shows no remorse for his actions and considers himself a victim.
His methods of murder were blunt force trauma, drowning and stabbing. He is less sophisticated than Kemper in his technique and killed his first victim because she was a sex worker who did not resist rape.
He later kills other victims for "talking too much". After being bribed with Big Red , Rissell reveals the same hate for his mother as Kemper.
Tench gets into a car accident. In Altoona, Pennsylvania , Tench and Ford join local police officer Mark Ocasek in investigating the murder of Beverly Jean Shaw, an "engaged" year-old babysitter.
They initially focus on a former drifter and local welder Alvin Moran. However, Moran's alibi checks out. Tench reveals that he has an adopted six-year-old son named Brian who refuses to speak.
Back in Fredericksburg, Ford invites Carr to meet his girlfriend at a bar. Tobias Lindholm. Jennifer Haley. In Altoona, Pennsylvania, the investigation into the murder of Beverly Jean continues.
Ford, Tench, and Ocasek interview her "fiance", Benjamin "Benji" Barnwright. Benji begins profusely crying, sending red flags to Ford who believes men crying to strangers could be an act.
The police speak with Benji's mother. Benji's mother mentions Frank Janderman, Benji's brother-in-law. Ford begins to question Debbie's sexual past.
Tench and Ford discover Frank's violent past. Frank, however, doesn't have a pathology of a serial killer.
After interviewing Frank, the police discover that Benji's relationship with Beverly Jean was not as serious as Benji claimed.
With renewed interest, Tench and Ford interrogate Benji. The trio then interrogate Rose, Benji's sister, at her house.
She is seen with bruises. Ocasek warns Rose that if the FBI finds out any involvement between her and the murder, she will lose her child.
Later, Rose comes to the police station and admits Frank was not home during the night of Beverly Jean's disappearance.
The truth unravels as Rose claims that Frank called her to Benji's house the night of the murder and she found Beverly Jean dead.
She admitted that she cleaned up the house while Benji and Frank disposed of the body. The ADT serviceman is seen with a rope making a knot while his wife tends to their infant daughter.
Shepard offers Carr a full-time consulting position at the FBI. Back in Altoona, Tench confronts Benji. Carr concludes that Beverly Jean was alive when Rose arrived.
The police conclude that Benji, Rose, and Frank are all accomplices. Back in Fredericksburg, Debbie and Ford have dinner at Tench's home.
The prosecution only intends to seek full punishment for Benji while offering pleas for Rose and Frank. Carr returns to Boston and asks her partner, Annaliese Stilman, for her opinion on accepting the FBI's offer.
Annaliese warns her about her career and having to stay closeted , but Carr decides to leave for Virginia anyway. Tench and Ford travel to Oregon State Penitentiary in Salem, Oregon to interview Jerry Brudos.
Brudos admits to having a shoe fetish. Ford buys an extra large pair of women's shoes for Brudos, which he uses to get Brudos talking. Carr begins feeding a cat at her new house in Fredericksburg.
Tench and Nancy talk about Brian's behavior at school. At their home, Brian's babysitter discovers a crime scene photo showing Ada Jeffries dead with a wooden pole inserted in her anus.
The babysitter is too afraid to continue working there. Ford is invited to speak at an elementary school and is approached by a teacher, Janet Ebner, who is concerned with Principal Roger Wade's behavior of tickling children and giving them nickels.
Ford becomes suspicious that Debbie is cheating on him. The Behavioral Science Unit hires Gregg Smith. Ford asks Gregg to come with him to speak with Wade, whom he suspects of being a pedophile.
Principal Wade insists that tickling is a positive experience for the children. Gregg tells Shepard about Ford's latest investigation, and Ford is advised to drop the issue.
Ford returns to Oregon to meet with Brudos, who is more talkative. Debbie invites Ford to a room blackout event where he catches her in a compromising position with Patrick.
He angrily leaves. Ford receives a call from the school superintendent informing him that Wade will be let go.
The ADT serviceman is sitting in the house of an intended victim. When the clock strikes midnight and the victim shows no sign of arriving, he becomes fed up with waiting, tidies up after himself and leaves in frustration.
At the Joliet Correctional Center in Joliet, Illinois , Ford and Tench interview Richard Speck. Speck shows no interest in cooperating until Ford asks what gave him the right to take "eight ripe cunts out of the world".
Tench recommends that Ford redact his unconventional comment from the interview. Ford and Debbie reconcile. Ford is confronted by Wade's wife at his apartment.
Carr notices that food she has been leaving for a stray cat where she lives is no longer being eaten. The unit releases information regarding the murder of Lisa Dawn Porter, a year-old-girl in Adairsville, Georgia.
The police notice that the trees have been trimmed and set their focus on Darrell Gene Devier. Carr is summoned by Shepard, who informs her that Richard Speck has filed a complaint accusing Ford of "fucking with his head".
The unit gives the redacted interview transcript to the OPR. Back in the basement, the team agrees to destroy the original tape, but Gregg decides instead to mail it to the OPR.
Kemper writes Ford saying he would like to meet with him again. Devier agrees to meet the FBI voluntarily. Ford uses techniques he learned from his interviews to achieve a confession.
The police celebrate and after having too many drinks, Ford brags about the unit's involvement with serial killers. His boasts reach the press.
Carr flies to Rome, Georgia in hopes of preventing the D. Ford and Debbie break up. Ford receives an urgent call from Kemper's doctor.
The unit learns that the OPR have received the recording of the Speck interview, and interview Ford and Tench about it. Ford visits Kemper in prison, and Kemper says he could kill Ford if he wanted to.
Ford flees in terror before collapsing in the hall in a panic attack. In Kansas, the ADT serviceman is seen burning sadistic drawings.
The ADT serviceman's wife walks in on him performing autoerotic asphyxiation. Holden wakes up in the hospital and learns he suffers from panic attacks.
Tench has been looking for him. Shepard retires and the new boss, Ted Gunn, gives his full support to the BSU and even does away with the OPR inquiry.
Holden tells Wendy about his panic attacks and points out that he feels much better despite being told that he has a panic disorder and she advises him to be careful of the signs that may lead to another attack.
At Shepard's retirement party, Shepard angrily reveals to Holden that he is being forced to retire as someone had to take the fall for Holden's mistakes.
Holden suffers another panic attack on hearing the truth, unbeknownst to everyone else. The ADT serviceman's wife gives him a pamphlet about overcoming "deviance".
Bill begins to look into the BTK killer and with Holden's help, notices that he bases his actions on various other killers, including David Berkowitz.
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