France 3 is broadcasting the TV movie “Meurtres à Mulhouse” this evening, with Mélanie Maudran (“Un Si Grand Soleil”) and François-David Cardonnel (“Le Bazar de la charité”). Was the press seduced by this new opus from the successful police collection?
What is it about ?
While investigating a crime committed in a former potash mine near Mulhouse, Gendarmerie Lieutenant Sandra Bauer comes to suspect the lawyer who had deprived her of custody of her son during her divorce. But to reach it, Sandra must face her own brother, Frédéric Bauer, a lawyer too.
During this investigation where Sandra and her assistant, Laurent Bourbon, finally get closer, she must face the legend of Saint-Nicolas who roams. Especially Sandra and her brother reconnect with a tragic past: the disappearance three years earlier of their nephew Bastien, then aged 9.
Murders in Mulhouse, directed by Delphine Lemoine and written by Jérôme Amory and François Guérin.
With Mélanie Maudran (Un Si Grand Soleil), François-David Cardonnel (Le Bazar de la charité), Nicolas Van Beveren (Trapped), Natalia Dontcheva (Unfaithful), Aurore Erguy (Cherif), Willy Rovelli, Charlotte Valandrey (Demain belongs to us), …
Saturday October 2 at 9:05 p.m. on France 3
What the press thinks …
According to Télé 7 jours:
“The plot and the particular atmosphere of this episode of the Meurtres à… series are particularly successful. Mélanie Maudran surprises with her character. It’s a pleasure to see her change roles.” 4/5
According to Télé Z:
“Despite a very academic development, this plot with a nice cast is rather pleasant to follow.” 3.5 / 5
According to Télé Loisirs:
“A slightly confused scenario but strong emotions and a good interpretation of Mélanie Maudran, main actress of the series Un si grand soleil.” 3/5
According to Télé Star:
“A TV movie without much originality but well put together however.” 3/5