Alice leads a routine life as an escort and dodges social contact. When she's forced to take care of her son after the death of her ex, her apparent indifference seems to fade away and she gets confronted with her emotional emptiness.
Thomas, a Swiss policeman adrift , lives within the indigenous community in Northern Canada. When a child from the reserve is hit by a reckless driver, he promises to find the drunk driver ... See full summary »
-The existence of two sisters is jostled when the youngest, Anaïs, joins her eldest, Isabelle, in Montreal (Canada). What seems like a happy reunion is a little less funny when Isabelle ... See full summary »
Another famous name to have trained at Camp X was author Ian Fleming. There is one (unproven) theory that Fleming devised the name JAMES BOND from the ST JAMES-BOND UNITED CHURCH on Avenue Road, the street he lived on while in Toronto. (The congregation resulted from a merger of ST JAMES Square Presbyterian Church with BOND Street Congregational Church.) The whole story is well documented with many photographs in INSIDE CAMP X by Canadian author Lynn Philip Hodgson. See more »
A very generous theme. And an admirable use of it. The stories about ordinary people becoming, in WWII heroes are fascinating and more than interesting. But it is the exact serie who you deserves. War, spies, people in human gestures, wise script, good performances, right atmosphere. And the tension minutious build. So, a fascinating story and a real remarkable war serie.
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