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L'homme aux cercles bleus 

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Jean-Hugues Anglade ... Jean-Baptiste Adamsberg
Charlotte Rampling ... Mathilde
Jacques Spiesser Jacques Spiesser ... Adrien Danglard
Jean-Pierre Léaud ... Le Nermord / Clémence
Stanislas Merhar ... Reyer
Hélène Fillières ... Camille Forestier
Corinne Masiero Corinne Masiero ... Lieutenant Violette Retancourt
Didier Terron Didier Terron ... Favre
Allain Naron Allain Naron ... Conti
Robin Causse Robin Causse ... Conti
Grégoire Souverain Grégoire Souverain ... Jumeau 1
Thomas Souverain Thomas Souverain ... Jumeau 2
Tristan De Saint Vincent Tristan De Saint Vincent ... Jumeau 3
Geoffroy De Saint Vincent Geoffroy De Saint Vincent ... Jumeau 4
Vincent Tarot Vincent Tarot ... L'illégitime
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Genres:

Crime

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Country:

France | Belgium | Germany

Language:

French

Release Date:

4 March 2009 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

Es geht noch ein Zug von der Gare du Nord See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Retancourt picks up Delphine's handbag and examines its contents, without wearing gloves to avoid contaminating the evidence. See more »

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Nice, if you like English TV-detectives, but then in French and Paris in stead of English and London
12 April 2012 | by Jan MonsterSee all my reviews

For all clarity the story: Blue circles have been drawn on Parisian pavements for a few months. In the center: a nondescript object. There is always a mysterious phrase as part of this ritual which intrigues journalists and psychiatrists. Adamsberg is worried. And quite rightly: soon, a body is found in a circle...

A TV-movie with Charlotte Rampling. It connects all the dots. All the story lines. All....

It has nice pace, good acting, nice story lines, good script. In short GOOD. And... it is part of series detectives (movies). So. It has its limitations, but within its "genre"it is above par, hence the 7/10.

Very enjoyable but not brilliant.


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