The made for TV German crime thriller München Mord (2013), or Munich Murder, that follows Ludwig Schaller, the disgraced former head of the Munich homicide division. His fiercest rival has now taken over the precinct and assigned Schaller to desk duty and other mindless tasks. Things take a drastic turn however when a woman is accused of murdering her husband in a small town, even though the evidence suggests she's innocent. Can Schaller repair his reputation by proving her innocence, or is this another sign he's lost his touch? For a European film, there's sadly very little in the way of nudity. Nina Brandt gets hot and heavy with a guy during the opening credits, and while it seems like they're going to cut around any nudity, we do get two fleeting flashes of her fun bags as they break up their rendezvous when her husband comes home! As brief as the nudity is, don't be surprised if München Mord makes you stiff as a board!