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1. No
2. Yes
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1. No
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No, yes

And Armo, There were 4 pots this season instead of 3, so the top 2 pots were top tier (1 for europe and the other for the rest of the world), so Poland was still in the top tier for it's region.
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monty wrote: December 2nd, 2018, 9:42 pm Guess it's time for me to weigh in...

1. Buta to gunkan
2. Der Knochenmann
3. Rapt

Btw, I really like the Brenner character. Having seen all the films in the series, I wonder if Austria's manager ever considered Silentium?
I did. Even when I was considering films for the first round, I was thinking about going for a film in the Brenner series then already. I thought long and hard about which film of the series to select, as I like them all very much. I just decided on Knochenmann because for me I think it's the strongest stand alone story. My personal fave is the first one Komm, süsser Tod, but that one is a bit on the funnier side and imho has its strongest points on the dialogue, which would likely get lost in translation a bit. I like Silentium too, but jst a bit less than Knochenmann.
Obviously ewiges Leben kinda requires to know the Brenner character better and doesn't work that well as a standalone.
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So there are more? That's certainly good news!
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