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This is your basic French soap opera. Most European shows have people who look like people you'd meet on the street. Not this one; it's in the American mold, with the gorgeous female detective who constantly needs rescuing by a man. Preferably the handsome male detective. "If only I hadn't been in that coma..." Ridiculous dialogue, bad acting, and multiple opportunities for the females to get drenched so their bodies are on display.
This is a waste of many hours of time. There are so many good Swedish detective shows out there...do yourself a favor and watch one of those instead.
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