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RTL shows five years in the life of Jens Spahn

As a student he wanted to become chancellor, the corona pandemic caused a career break. RTL is dedicating a long-running documentary to the CDU politician Jens Spahn: nine episodes will highlight his work from November.

The career of CDU politician Jens Spahn has gone through numerous ups and downs in recent years. As one of the most popular politicians in his party, the 42-year-old was suddenly confronted with the 2020 corona pandemic – and sometimes faced harsh criticism for his decisions as health minister. A new documentary series called “Second Move Kills”, available on demand on the streaming service RTL+ from November 2, provides exclusive insights into Spahn’s work and life.

The documentary by Grimme prize winner Aljoscha Pause consists of nine episodes and shows “5 years with Jens Spahn”. The production paints a “multi-layered portrait of a politician”, which also highlights his time before taking office as Minister of Health – he took over the office in 2018 from his CDU colleague Hermann Gröhe – and his private life.

Views on the Church and on Sex

Questions that Pause wants to answer with his documentary: “But who is the man who wanted to be chancellor as a student? What made him the politician he is today?” The filmmaker also took part in crisis meetings and foreign trips of the politician. Spahn’s views on the church and its attitude to homosexuality are also discussed. Spahn has been married to journalist Daniel Funke since 2017.

Besides Spahn, many other politicians will have their say in “Second Move Kills – 5 years with Jens Spahn”. These include Annalena Baerbock, Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, Kevin Kühnert, Armin Laschet, Wolfgang Schäuble and Spahn’s successor as health minister, Karl Lauterbach. Other names include science journalist and TV presenter Mai Thi Nguyen-Kim, Hart aber fair presenter Frank Plasberg and comedians Oliver Welke and Max Giermann.

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