Is Sixty Minutes 2 Renewed or Not?

Sixty Minutes was released on 19th January 2024, the movie is about a father who wants to meet his daughter, and I Believe fans loved their bond in the movie and want to them more, that’s why they are asking for the Part 2 of the Netflix movie.

It’s a German movie that continues for 89 minutes – the title pays homage to the main character, a professional fighter named Emilio Sakraya.  The German action drama is set to premiere on Netflix on January 19, 2024, and here’s everything that you should know about the martial arts movie before you watch it!

The Plotline of the Movie.

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The martial arts movie with a run-time of approximately 89 minutes, revolves around Octavio (An MMA fighter) who has just about 60 minutes to meet his daughter on her birthday – lest he upset her and lose custody of his daughter forever.

His only hope of not losing custody? To throw a big fight – but by doing that, he would be upsetting other unhelpful characters.

Octavio’s options are less – but he has extremely little time to decide or make a decision judiciously. In fact, with every passing minute, Octavio is pushed to his limits and how he faces these challenges makes up the movie’s foundation.

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The Cast of the Movie?

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The film’s cast includes Emilio Sakraya who plays the lead of Octavio Bergamann – his earlier work includes Tribes of Europa and the first season of Warrior Nun. His other works include starring in television series like 4 Blocks and Winnetou, Rock My Heart, etc.

The character of Paul Lehmann was played by Dennis Mojen (Isi & Ossi, Into The Night). Marie Mouroum has played the role of Cosima. Other cast members include Florian Schmidtke, Paul Wollin, Aristo Luis, Alain Blazevic, and others.

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Can We Expect an English Version?

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Given that the movie is German – we can only expect that the entire movie has been produced, and filmed in German. Produced by German Studios W&B Television and Nocturna Productions, and directed by Oliver Kienle – however, there are some speculations about whether there might be any dubbing/subbing in English.