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Maigret: Night at the Crossroads (2017)

Maigret: Night at the Crossroads tells a complex tale of murder, deceit and greed set in an isolated country community.


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Stewart Harcourt (screenplay), Georges Simenon (novel)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ben Caplan ... Isaac Goldberg
Katherine Kanter Katherine Kanter ... Sarah Goldberg (as Catherine Kanter)
Robin Weaver Robin Weaver ... Madame Michonnet
Wanda Opalinska ... Jo Jo
Tom Wlaschiha ... Carl Anderson
Mia Jexen ... Else Anderson
Rowan Atkinson ... Jules Maigret
Aidan McArdle ... Judge Comeliau
Shaun Dingwall ... Inspector Janvier
Leo Staar ... Inspector LaPointe
Kevin McNally ... Inspector Grandjean (as Kevin R. McNally)
Stephen Wight ... Thierry Bertinet
Mark Heap ... Moers
Paul Chahidi ... Michonnet
Joplin Sibtain Joplin Sibtain ... Oscar (as Chook Sibtain)


Maigret has been interrogating a mysterious Dane, Carl Andersen, for hours without a confession. Why was the body of a diamond merchant found in his car at his isolated mansion? He's either innocent or a very good liar. What does his beautiful but vulnerable sister know? And what compels everyone at the Three Widows Crossroads to be so secretive? Maigret sets out to find his killer which ultimately leads to a thrilling climax.

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(Although they have no screentime together here) Ben Caplan and Dorothy Atkinson both appeared previously on Call the Midwife. See more »


It is doubtful the quality of the music the character Carl listen to in his house comes out of a real gramophone. See more »


Version of La nuit du carrefour (1932) See more »

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Makes Broadchurch look like Scooby-Doo!
17 April 2017 | by khunkrumarkSee all my reviews

This is the third outing of the latest reboot of a familiar character on British TV. Twenty-five years ago (In the early nineties) Michael Gambon played the lead on TV. Before that, a moody Rupert Davis was the man in charge of an early 1960s version for the BBC. This time around a mature Rowan Atkinson is at the helm with a more reserved, stoic and academic interpretation of the French policeman.

Maigret's Night at the Crossroads starts with a Jewish jewel fence called Goldberg who goes against his wife's wishes and tries to pull off a last job before moving to America. He's shot at a quiet crossroads in the countryside just outside Paris and his body is discovered the next morning in the garage of a secretive man with a disfigured body and a serious eye problem.

Once again the story has perfection in every department. This is the very best of British television drama. The suspects slowly unfold into the narrative and the story glacially meanders to its logical conclusion. If anything, this third installment has a bit more 'action' than the first two tales. A couple of shootings and just a bit of running around in the dark. But mostly the focus is on the exquisite stories of all the characters, their motives and their surroundings.

Too may reviewers have spent too much time on the lead actor... which to me is a distraction from almost perfect TV drama. Congratulations to commercial television for taking a chance and doing something right. There is too much public attention thrown towards other more frothy cop shows but this rendition of Maigret makes Broadchurch look like an episode of Scooby-Doo!

Make a cup of Horlicks, draw the curtains and ignore the rain then settle in for a bloody good drama.

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