A portrait of the broken lives of four people (a vigilante detective, a worried parent, an awkward man looking for love and a suicidal artist) as they all struggle to cope in their religiously-dystopian city.
King Uther dies suddenly. Britain is facing chaos. The sorcerer Merlin appoints the not so known son and heir Arthur as the king who was raised as a commoner, but his half sister has other ... See full summary »
Jamie Campbell Bower,
I am not exaggerating...that show rocks...i am not here to give you some insights just am gonna spell out the obvious which is actually the truth about tout "Le Monde en Parle"...it is funny, serious, spiritual,lustful, light, heavy,it is every word and its opposite at the same time...and that s so great...because you surf through the 140 min that show consists of...with such a variety of emotions and states...that you cannot but feel fulfilled...one minute you are laughing your guts out...the other you are revolted...screaming at your TV screen...the next you are pondering or listening in admiration...and so forth and so on...it goes for ever...it is a show that changes on during its course and from week to week...while remaining true to itself and its value proposition...sounds contradictory...well that is the show... Ardisson Chapeau Bas...learn French guys...ne-serait ce que pour savourer la bande a Ardisson...Lolo...et les moins habitues...
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