Li'l Quinquin (2014)
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La bet'humaine 

It is the start of the summer holidays for Quinquin and it is also the start of a local killing spree after a woman is found chopped up and fed to a cow, who is found dead in an old bunker.

Director:

Bruno Dumont

Writer:

Bruno Dumont
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Alane Delhaye ... P'tit Quinquin
Lucy Caron ... Eve Terrier
Bernard Pruvost ... Commandant Van der Weyden
Philippe Jore Philippe Jore ... Lieutenant Carpentier
Philippe Peuvion Philippe Peuvion ... Père Quinquin
Céline Sauvage Céline Sauvage ... Mère Quinquin
Lisa Hartmann Lisa Hartmann ... Aurélie Terrier
Julien Bodard Julien Bodard ... Kevin
Corentin Carpentier Corentin Carpentier ... Jordan
Cindy Louguet Cindy Louguet ... Mme Campin
Pascal Fresch Pascal Fresch ... Mr. Campin
Frédéric Castagno Frédéric Castagno ... Vétérinaire
Stéphane Boutillier Stéphane Boutillier ... Mr. Lebleu
Andrée Peuvion Andrée Peuvion ... Grand-Mère Lebleu
Lucien Chaussoy Lucien Chaussoy ... Grand-Père Lebleu
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Storyline

With a bruised face and a mountain bike, Quinquin paints the town red in his little village of Boulonnais. A real fighter, he only lets up with his true love, Ève, the neighboring farmer's daughter. One morning, a dead cow is found with a woman's dismembered body in its stomach. Written by Happy_Evil_Dude

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Comedy | Crime | Mystery

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Trivia

This episode of the series is named after La Bête Humaine, an 1890 novel by Émile Zola, which is referenced by Lieutenant Carpentier. See more »

Quotes

Commandant Van der Weyden: Carpentier, can't you slow down while I'm shouting? Fuckin' kidding me?
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Soundtracks

Cause I Knew
lyrics & music by Lisa Hartmann
vocals by Lisa Hartmann
trumpet by Lucy Caron
(at the farm gate)
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Country:

France

Language:

French

Release Date:

18 September 2014 (France) See more »

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1.78 : 1
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