Docu-Drama showing events leading to investigations where water has played a role in covering up or committing a crime.
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Stephan Cloutier ...
 Narrator French / ... 18 episodes, 2008-2014
Christian Bernard
Dustin Schwartz ...
Matt Grant ...
Philippe Bourbeau
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Water is at the centre of the human experience. The source of life on earth, it is also a place of mystery and danger. For criminals, water is the perfect accomplice for the perfect crime: it erases, absorbs, and carries the bodies, conceals weapons and washes away evidence. For detectives, water is a crafty adversary. It never confesses, forcing the investigators to employ extraordinary measures to discover the truth. Dark Waters of Crime does not simply oppose the criminals and the investigators. It brings into play a third party, powerful, mysterious, and tenacious.

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2007 (Canada)  »

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As Águas Obscuras do Crime  »

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Completely without merit as a "true crime" show
24 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

While this show belongs under the true crime rubric, it is quite possibly the single worst true-crime TV series of all time, and that's saying something given all of the abysmal shows in this genre. Other than interviews with cops (who knows if they're real?), there is absolutely nothing in this show that connects it to reality. Everything, and I mean everything, is dramatized, recreated, and it's all immensely repetitive. There's no photograph of the victim, there's no crime-scene footage or photographs or newspaper articles; there's not even a photograph of the criminal. To whom could this possibly be of interest? Certainly not true-crime enthusiasts, who prefer to hear and see as much detail and actual documentary material as is possible. This program is the polar opposite of that ideal. People who want fiction watch the CSIs and Law and Orders of the television world. It boggles the mind that this unwatchable trash actually lasted 7 seasons. No one involved in this production should ever work in TV or film again.


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