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Meurtres à l'Abbaye de Rouen 

Didier Mège, a police Captain, returns to his hometown of Rouen (Normandie, France) to be closer to his ailing father who is growing more feeble each day. Didier has no time to settle down ... See full summary »

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Christian Bonnet
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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Frédéric Diefenthal ... Didier Mège
Isabel Otero Isabel Otero ... Eva
Natalia Dontcheva ... Jeanne
Saïda Jawad Saïda Jawad ... Leïla
François Levantal François Levantal ... François
Mathilde Lebrequier Mathilde Lebrequier ... Marianne
François Guétary François Guétary ... Yves Kinosky
Damien Bonnard ... Gabriel
Éric Naggar Éric Naggar ... Le prêtre
Jacques Fontanel Jacques Fontanel ... Le rédacteur en chef
Zakariya Gouram Zakariya Gouram ... Médecin légiste
Anne-Sophie Germanaz Anne-Sophie Germanaz ... Employée des archives
Jacques Marchand Jacques Marchand ... Vieux retraité
Jean-Paul Dubois Jean-Paul Dubois ... Vieil artisan
Alexandre Le Provost Alexandre Le Provost ... Paul Phillipeau
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Didier Mège, a police Captain, returns to his hometown of Rouen (Normandie, France) to be closer to his ailing father who is growing more feeble each day. Didier has no time to settle down though, he is immediately called to a crime scene: a corpse has been discovered on the Abbatial square. The man has apparently fallen from the rooftop but his body is found in an unusual position; a position that Didier recalls having seen many years before. He is reminded of his childhood and a stained-glass window that his grandfather created as his "chef d'oeuvre" to achieve his degree as a craftsman. Didier will discover that the murder is linked to his family's secret past. During the Second World War Didier's grandfather and his two associates committed a horrible deed that haunts the family until this today. Now revenge is knocking on Didier's door. Written by Anonymous

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Stained glass windows and criminal investigation
5 April 2019 | by zutterjp48See all my reviews

I have seen several films of the "Meurtres à.." serie and I noticed that this film is quite original: no references to a local legend or myth (as usual) and the family of the main detective becomes involved in the criminal investigation.Wesee then that a simple piece of stained glass window leads to a complicated investigation about the past of several persons and we have also some good moments of action and suspense.Last comment: very good photographies of the town of Rouen.


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Country:

France | Belgium

Language:

French

Release Date:

13 April 2014 (Belgium) See more »

Also Known As:

Meurtres à Rouen See more »

Filming Locations:

Rouen, Seine-Maritime, France See more »

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Budget:

EUR2,000,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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