All My Daughters

After his wife died, Judge Berthold Sanwaldt raised his three daughters on his own in the family’s Munich villa. Anna, who has a doctorate in business administration; Sylvie, a high school graduate; and Patty, a teenager, are almost grown up, but he is still the one they turn to for help with all of their problems and predicaments. The fourth member of the household is housekeeper Margot, fresh out of prison, where she served time after being wrongfully convicted of murdering two people by poisoning them.