Thursday, October 1, 2020

IT'S A VIOLENT TURN OF THE CENTURY IN EPIC NEW OKTOBERFEST: BEER AND BLOOD TV SERIES STREAMING FROM TOMORROW AT NETFLIX

 OKTOBERFEST: BEER & BLOOD
BEER WILL FLOW FROM TOMORROW OVER AT NETFLIX
Oktoberfest streams from October 1st
The marketing this one has (or hasn't at all) received from Beta Film and Netflix was so bad that we weren't even informed that new German language epic series OKTOBER FEST: BEER AND BLOOD starts streaming over at Netflix from October 1st. It apparently already aired in Germany and parts of Europe even though it does not even have an English language trailer yet. The six part series about the fierce battle between two family breweries from 1900 Munich, has Mišel Matičević, Martina Gedeck, Klaus Steinbacher and Mercedes Mueller in the cast. When a new player arrives in 1900 Munich,
The series was produced by Beta Film
the balance of power between the brewery bosses is upset, resulting in an all-out bloody war among the city's “beer mafia” that will lead to the end of the Oktoberfest as the residents of Munich have known it for nearly a century. 
 
OKTOBER FEST IS SET IN 1900. Munich's Oktoberfest. A traditional annual celebration of the long since faded Bavarian royalty. After already running for nearly a century, it is a major source of income – especially for the city's brewery bosses. Many are reliant on the profits made
Misel Matijevic and Martina Gedeck play the lead parts
from selling beer at the Oktoberfest, as is the small family brewery headed by Ignaz and Maria Hoflinger (Francis Fulton Smith and Martina Gedeck).
The series already aired in Germany last month
When Curt Prank (Misel Maticevic), a new player, comes to town, his ruthless acquisition methods upset the balance of power. Resisting his
Surprisingly, the series was mostly shot in Czech Republic
shadowy buy-out, Maria soon pays a bloody price for sticking to her guns. The thirst for revenge leads to a devastating and vicious war breaking out among
The series is described as German Peaky Blinders and Deadwood
Munich's beer mafia, revealing the ugly face that lurks behind the festive façade of the Oktoberfest. Yet in the chaos, a forbidden love between Maria's elder son and Curt's beautiful daughter is blossoming…

12 comments:

  1. I doubt I'll watch it as it's not really my kind of movie.

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  2. I'd never heard of a beer mafia. Sounds like a scary party for sure!

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    1. You have mafia everywhere, deary, everywhere! Even Blogging mafia :)

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  3. Oktoberfest is right up Jason's alley. He'll be ready to stop working on the house until after the holidays, so I'm sure he'll make time for this soon.

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    1. I immediately thought of you and Jason watching this together! It does have just six episode, perfect for the two of you to cuddle up together under a blanky.

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  4. Well, Jason did say he wants to sit down every night and watch a little television with me every night in October since we've slacked on that these past few months. This will be perfect to entice him to stop work at a decent hour, grab the popcorn and blanket, and cuddle in front of the telly!

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    1. What is he working on, I thought you finished the floors....

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  5. Your blogging mafia comment made me giggle. Who is in this mafia?! LOL I agree with Theresa. This may be a good one to recruit our hubbys to watch with us. :)

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    1. There are a few old bloggers who visit about a hundred blogs a day and have that much blogging friends, which makes them influential and dangerous :) They can kick you out of their circles. They are known for publishing nasty posts about other bloggers sometimes.... little mobster biyacheez, basically. They don't scare me personally as I eat such morons for breakfast....

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