This supernatural German series begins with the TWIN PEAKS-ian discovery of a tiara-crowned teen corpse. But there’s a twist: Sophia’s not dead... yet. When she does meet her maker, the amnesiac who found her body realizes he must figure out who killed her in order to unlock his own identity. But solving these mysteries won’t be easy. This valley is filled with secrets - plus a ghost girl, a snail-loving psychic and a boogeyman who lurks in the shadows.
The Valley Ep. 1
A man with amnesia awakens in a vineyard beneath a dead woman. But when she turns up alive a few hours later, the man is drawn into a terrifying mystery.
The Valley Ep. 2
Sophia, the wine queen, has been murdered. The man who saw her in the vineyard before her death begins his own investigations and discovers contradictions, suspicious behavior, and secret entaglements in the village.
The Valley Ep. 3
During the course of his investigations the man with no memory comes across an accident that happened a long time ago: Marie, little Adrian’s sister, drowned. What has this to do with Sophia, the murdered wine queen?
The Valley Ep. 4
Adrian, the young mute, comes under suspicion of murder and the village turns against him.
The Valley Ep. 5
Everything points to Adrian having brutally killed Sophia the wine queen, but interrogation of the mute boy leads nowhere; instead he is taken to a closed psychiatric ward.
I loved this German suspense thriller! Kept me guessing who the killer was! Great job!
I love this one... it had you trying to figure out the answer all the way through.. making the possibilities of different connections of people and their flaws to the lead actor and then guessing if he was the son of the brother and sister, etc... there were so bizarre chanters too .. absolutely an excellent psychological thriller.. best i've seen in awhile...
Good. But a little bit strange though!
One of the most phenomenal endings to a psychological thriller I've ever seen. Tried to guess throughout the entire series and came no where even remotely close.
Soooo good! this series really had me thinking throughout the whole thing. Loved the ending!