France 2 broadcasts this Friday evening “Coups de Sang”, a new detective fiction with Michèle Bernier and David Kammenos. Was the press enthusiastic about the TV movie?
What is it about ?
Following the discovery of the corpse of Justine Delgado, a 20-year-old girl, her father François Delgado, a police officer at the SRPJ in Lyon, is convinced of the guilt of Ryan Kowalsky, childhood friend of the victim whom everyone accuses. But the policeman finds himself opposed to his own mother Mireille Delgado, who she is convinced of the young man’s innocence.
Coups de sang, directed by Christian Bonnet and written by Nicolas Kieffer.
With Michèle Bernier, David Kammenos, Murielle Huet des Aunay, Alexandra Roth, Mathias Mlekuz, Sophie Mounicot …
Friday December 3 at 9:05 p.m. on France 2, and already available on Salto.
What the press thinks …
According to TéléLoisirs:
“Despite the blunders, a poignant and dark drama on family relations, served by a convincing cast.” 3/5
According to Télé Z:
“The initial plot was excellent and could lead to a fine and complex plot. Unfortunately, the result is messy. Remains Michèle Bernier, perfect in her role of tenacious activist with strong convictions.” 3/5
According to Cable Sat TV:
“The detective intrigue is only a good pretext to explore, with harshness, intransigence and accuracy the relations between parents and children.” 3/5
According to Télé 7 jours:
“A telefilm with a heavy and dark atmosphere. In a difficult role, Michèle Bernier confronted with David Kammenos is doing very well, showing if need be, that she is as talented for drama as for comedy.” 2.5 / 5
According to Le Parisien:
“The line is forced, borderline caricature. Add to this that the mother of the police officer (Michèle Bernier) is convinced of the innocence of the suspect, you get an annoying family drama.” 1.5 / 5