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Fan of anything non American and I'm Canadian
So I have read the majority if the reviews on here and am quiet surprised by how low they are. I have rated Le Treve a 10 and I fell it is deserved for many reasons. The casting is far from boring, but maybe that's because I am accustomed to wasted money on the same old thing over on this side of the world.
I love dark drama, cinematography and depth and I have only found that watching programs such as Le Treve, Broadchurch, Shetland, Peeky Blinders, The Bridge, Bordertown etc etc.
This program had a few quicks in it however it did not take away from the intensity of what the characters were portraying. I felt Joann Blanc was incredible, a character in which you not sympathize with but truly feel the emotions. Maybe it's the difference between English and subtitles. Never watch something that has been dubbed as everything is lost in translation.
I feel if you are a fan of a dark intrigue that leaves you wanting more this is worth a watch
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