Julie Lescaut is divorced and works as the police commissar in Clairiéres, an imaginary village in the suburbs of Paris, where she tries to reconcile her stressful job with the education of her two teenage daughters.
When a truck trafficking children is intercepted in the desert by the army, one of the traffickers is captured. Interpol agent Frank Salek comes to the police station with his partner to ... See full summary »
Once a successful Academy Award winning film composer in Hollywood, Eddie plays the keyboards for a hip-hop band in a Brooklyn nightclub. Lehna, a French waitress aspiring songwriter who ... See full summary »
This show is sooooo much better than any Americans CSI stuff. Realistic motives and confessions, every victim treated with respect, crimes don't get solved in first 15 minutes. In almost every episode there is lots of science and lots of , lets call them "phenomens": *SPOILERS* chimera, adermatoglyphia, flash over's... And we also get great look in personal lives of characters. In my opinion, best seasons are 3 and 4. I don't know how writers can get up with so many great ideas! Great fun and great way to learn lots about (especialy forensic) science and realistic police work. Plots are brilliant, clever and sometimes very intense, there's no fake science, and cast is brilliant!I recommend this to everybody.
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