Plus belle la vie narrates the everyday life of the people who are living in a fictitious neighborhood called Le Mistral.

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Hubert Besson
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Series cast summary:
Michel Cordes Michel Cordes ...  Roland Marci 1,838 episodes, 2004-2020
Laurent Kérusoré Laurent Kérusoré ...  Thomas Marci / ... 1,834 episodes, 2005-2020
Sylvie Flepp Sylvie Flepp ...  Mirta Torres 1,633 episodes, 2004-2020
Anne Décis ...  Luna Torres / ... 1,585 episodes, 2004-2020
Cécilia Hornus Cécilia Hornus ...  Blanche Marci 1,477 episodes, 2004-2020
Serge Dupire ...  Vincent Chaumette 1,430 episodes, 2004-2020
Laëtitia Milot Laëtitia Milot ...  Mélanie Rinato 1,396 episodes, 2004-2018
Pierre Martot Pierre Martot ...  Leo Castelli / ... 1,349 episodes, 2004-2020
Rebecca Hampton Rebecca Hampton ...  Céline Frémont 1,340 episodes, 2004-2020
Thibaud Vaneck Thibaud Vaneck ...  Nathan Leserman 1,269 episodes, 2005-2020
Alexandre Fabre Alexandre Fabre ...  Charles Frémont 1,184 episodes, 2004-2020
Fabienne Carat ...  Samia Nassri / ... 1,169 episodes, 2005-2020
Virgile Bayle Virgile Bayle ...  Guillaume Leserman 1,158 episodes, 2005-2017
Stéphane Henon Stéphane Henon ...  Jean-Paul Boher / ... 1,152 episodes, 2007-2020
Ambroise Michel Ambroise Michel ...  Rudy Torres 1,119 episodes, 2004-2014
Dounia Coesens ...  Johanna Marci 1,044 episodes, 2004-2020
Aurélie Vaneck Aurélie Vaneck ...  Ninon Chaumette 1,005 episodes, 2004-2019
Elodie Varlet Elodie Varlet ...  Estelle Cantorel 932 episodes, 2006-2020
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Plus belle la vie narrates the everyday life of the people who are living in a fictitious neighborhood called Le Mistral.

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Romance | Comedy | Drama

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Plus belle la vie
Written by Elisabeth Rosso, Mams, Bertrand Richard, Pierre Marie & Yvan Coriat
Performed by Eva
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"Bisounours" is the French term to describe this vile series
8 April 2012 | by Munin75See all my reviews

I don't usually give a 1/10 because films or TV series tend to at least have something of worth, be it action sequences or something, and I'm a merciful person so most of the time I resort to a 2 or 3 for really bad things. "Plus Belle la Vie" (or "Poubelle la Vie" as I like to call it), is the most grotesque, politically correct, cheesy, obnoxious and of course, unrealistic waste-of-my-life TV series I've ever seen. I have seen a few episodes in their entirety, all against my will. When I accidentally fall on an episode, I quickly change channel because I don't want to give this vile trash any more viewership than it deserves.

I remember an episode about some right-wing racist businessman who was the bad guy (who am I kidding, most of the bad guys in this show are right-wing racists - but not the realistic kind, the kind that can only be fantasized by "bourgeois-bohème" writers). In the end of the episode, it was revealed that this right-wing racist businessman was actually... Satan. Yeah, you read that right. That's fine in a De Niro or Pacino thriller movie, not in a awkwardly colorful and politically correct French TV show.

Also, the actors are bad as can be, playing cardboard characters, acting in boring plots, which are often about political or social subjects, the TV show always happy to make tolerance and upper-class hippie naivety be the correct thing to do against the bad meanies! That doesn't mean that you'll like it if you're left-wing. I know of many anarchists and communists who detest this series for those reasons. I will never in my life understand the appeal for "Poubelle la Vie".


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30 August 2004 (France) See more »

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