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The mini-series garnered merely average success among French viewers. The first part was watched by 2.2 million viewers (a 9.2% audience share) and the second part by 2.01 million viewers (a 7.9% audience share). In both instances it was the fourth most watched program of the night. See more »
only nice. without great ambitions, with few good pillars - François Berleand, Hippolyte Girardot - , stage for sweet- macho Rodrigo Diaz, it is far to be impressive. collections of clothes, light of a time, poor adaptation of Stendhal novel, it can be perfect option for a rainy afternoon. it is only a game with childish/ kitsch nuances. sure, after good adaptations, it can not present nothing original. so, its ambition is to be a kind of introduction, to cover pieces of novel in skin of little soap opera, to conquer readers of pink novels and to impress delicate souls. so, a film. not so bad but nice, sweet, fool of fake sugar of fake emotions.
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