NewsMiroslav Nemec would also move into a monastery

Miroslav Nemec would also move into a monastery

Basically, monasteries are large shared apartments. Actor Miroslav Nemec could well imagine life in such a place.

Munich – “Tatort” actor Miroslav Nemec (67), unlike his film partner Udo Wachtveitl, can imagine a life behind monastery walls.

“I would like to live here. With a lot of people I like – that would be a huge flat-sharing community, ”said Nemec to“ Münchner Merkur ”when filming in the former Reisach monastery in Upper Bavaria. Wachtveitl, on the other hand, waves it aside: “Such a flat would be too big for me. But I'm interested in the workshops. ”There are a lot of them there, for example for welding or woodwork. “And then the garden. You could let off steam there, ”said the 62-year-old.

Wachtveitl and Nemec have been in action as Munich “Tatort” commissioners Franz Leitmayr and Ivo Batic for more than 30 years. The commissioners are currently filming in the former monastery and are trying to solve a murder case (“Miracles are always there”). dpa

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