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Maigret in Montmartre (2017)

Maigret investigates the random murders of a Countess and a showgirl and discovers a dark secret that links their past lives at the Grand Hotel in Nice.

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Guy Andrews, Georges Simenon (novel)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Nicola Sloane ... The Countess
Sebastian De Souza ... Philippe Martinot
Simon Gregor Simon Gregor ... Grasshopper
Olivia Vinall ... Arlette
Douglas Hodge ... Fred Alfonsi
Lorraine Ashbourne ... Rosa Alfonsi
Cassie Clare ... Tania
Rowan Atkinson ... Chief Inspector Maigret
Shaun Dingwall ... Inspector Janvier
Lucy Cohu ... Madame Maigret
Colin Mace ... Inspector Lognon
Hugh Simon Hugh Simon ... Dr. Paul
Leo Staar ... Inspector LaPointe
Niké Kurta Niké Kurta ... Betty
Jane Wood Jane Wood ... Mme. Aubin
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Storyline

After telling Maigret she overheard a plot to kill 'the countess' club singer Arlette is strangled and soon afterwards the body of an elderly, reclusive countess is also discovered. Maigret believes a third person was present when Arlette was killed and is anxious to trace a man called Oscar, whose name Arlette cried out in her sleep. Meanwhile young rent boy Philippe, who shared the countess's drug addiction, n survives an attempt on his life but is too scared to help the police. Maigret finds out that both the dead women once lived at a Nice hotel, where the countess's husband died in odd circumstances and where Oscar also worked. This leads him to track down Oscar and to the closure of his case. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Official Sites:

ITV Broadcasting (UK) (TV)

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UK

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English | German

Release Date:

24 December 2017 (UK) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Budapest

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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Trivia

Lorraine Ashbourne (Rosa) and Douglas (Fred) also played a married couple in the second series of Unforgotten. See more »

Quotes

[Maigret is questioning dancers and strippers in the club where Arlette worked]
Betty: You married?
[Maigret pauses]
Chief Inspector Jules Maigret: Um...
Betty: Yeah, you're married. You have that look. What's the word?
Chief Inspector Jules Maigret: Contented?
Betty: Stricken.
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These Foolish Things
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Sherlock Bean
24 December 2017 | by FiahmSee all my reviews

Explain to me, if you will: what is the point of setting a French Detective show in Paris if everybody there just talks and acts like Cockney geezas? Why not just set it in London? Why not just come up with something new? How about we write the next season of Sherlock entirely in Cantonese and film it in Texas?

Some nice stuff from the art department but Rowan Atkinson here has all the screen presence of an unsalted Brussels sprout and the acting all round is only a smidgen better than an Eastenders Xmas Special. The suspense is as bearable as a comfy chair and the writing is as woefully anachronistic as a Rampant Rabbit in the hanging gardens of Babylon. I should also point out it contains perhaps the least convincing portrayal of a blind person yet broadcast this century.

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