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The long-awaited series Paris Police 1905, Continuation of Paris Police 1900, begins this Monday, December 12 on Canal+, at 9:10 p.m. lovers of history, political thrillers or moral dilemmas, be there.

A psychological dive in Paris from the beginning of the 20th century. This is the creed of Paris Police 1905 , Continuation of Paris Police 1900, which arrives this Monday December 12 at 9:10 p.m. on Canal+. Its creator, the scientist mustachioed Fabien Nury, continues here his exploration of the Belle Époque, a period often overlooked in French history . The six new episodes, broadcast until December 26, much more intimate, are distinguished from a first bloody season. But we embark again (and unanimously) in this twirling historical fresco.

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December 24, 1904, in a Boulogne Brumeux wood. A person is found dead, spread out with all his long on a mattress of snowy leaves. Inspector Antoine Jouin (Jérémie Laheurte, perfectly freezing) leads the investigation. Is it suicide or murder? On this Christmas Eve, all of Paris is busy. But an order, pronounced by the prefect Lépine (the famous Marc Barbé), in a suspended, sits above all the rules: prostituted women will not have to wander in the streets of Paris, during the holy night. Police of manners are responsible for organizing the asphalt roundup. She travels the Parisian arteries. Bomb the torso. And stops a young woman, Rosalie Dantremont, forced to leave her infant alone in her cradle. He will be found dead soon after. Lépine's prefect to suffocate the case.

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Paris Police 1905 : Should we look at the new historic series this evening, on Canal+?

Paris Police 1905 , following the Barbaric Polar Paris Police 1900 , changes register. Season 2, more sensitive and psychological, oscillates between Gothic tale, black comedy and police thriller. "We did not only want to create a sequel, we wanted to renew ourselves. And immerse ourselves in the intimacy of the characters", affirms the creator Fabien Nury, still surrounded by the valiant producers Laurent Cavalier and Emmanuel Daucé (already Origin of the unforgettable series A French village ). The bet is daring. And rather successful. If we regret the first complex, sometimes arid scenes, where names and destinies are linked at the speed of light, we salute the ambition of the series. We even celebrate it. Reconstitute the beautiful misty and treacherous era of the beginning of the 20th century, in the Kingdom of Concordat and Syphilis. Question morality, intimate dilemmas, church, tyrannical manners, faith, the place of women. And denounce the corruption that reigns in majesty within the police and political power. Better still, this time, the (still dark) series does not bother in an escalation of violence. Rather, it focuses on the psychology of the characters, digs characters, draws domestic and intimate interiors. The casting of the onions, carried by Jérémie Laheurte (Antoine Jouin), Evelyne Brochu (Marguerite Steinheil, with incredible destiny ), Marc Barbé (Louis Lépine) and Eugénie Derouand (Jeanne Chauvin), is a success. The thriller is therefore psychological thriller. Without losing sight of its historical and critical scale. And we look at our current time a bit differently. Do not miss.

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