France 2 broadcasts the first two episodes of the series “L’Amour (almost) parfait” on Wednesday January 19. Between romance and comedy, this new fiction, composed of six episodes, is carried by Maud Baecker and Tom Leeb. Find out why this is a series not to be missed!
The (almost) perfect love : What is it about ?
Far from the thrillers, thrillers and other usual police series, France 2 is broadcasting a brand new program full of lightness, entitled The (almost) perfect love. This French series humorously follows Julie, nicknamed Jul, played by Maud Baecker, well known for her role in the series tomorrow belongs to us.
She is 36, ticks all the boxes on the test of the perfect loser : dumped, childless, unemployed, soon to be in her forties, clumsy… But a phone call will change everything. At the other end of the line, Max, played by François Vincentelli, makes a sublime marriage proposal to her. She’s ecstatic until the moment she understands that the phone she frantically clutches is not hers…
Consisting of six episodes, this romantic series with the false air of Bridget Jones was directed by Pascale Pouzadoux and written by Armelle Patron and Emmanuel Patron. Despite everything that happens to her, Jul continues to believe in true love. It is true that nothing really goes as planned. Left by her longtime boyfriend, who is also his boss, the young woman finds herself single and jobless overnight. His naivety risks playing tricks on him…
A beautiful trio of actresses
The (almost) perfect love tells us all about Julie’s love troubles. Fortunately, she can count on her friends. A real chemistry is created between the three friends, ready to do anything to support each other. We therefore find Nadia Roz, already present in the France 2 series The fault of Rousseau, but also Isabelle Vitari (Our dear neighbors). The scenes are full of tenderness and humor. One thing is certain, the three women seem to have fun together and their pleasure is contagious.
Alongside this female trio, there is Tom Leeb (Plan B) who plays Stéphane, the roommate who claims to be homosexual, but also François Vincentelli the interpreter of Max, the man Jul falls madly in love with. Evelyne Bouix and Antoine Duléry (The Charity Bazaar) play the parents of Jul. Gérémy Credeville (With family), Alice Daubelcour (Alex Hugo) and Raphaël Duléry complete this fine team.
In this difficult time for everyone, nothing better than a romantic series to put some balm in the heart. Without revolutionizing the genre, The (almost) perfect love comes to bring a little freshness in the current television landscape. This “feel good” fiction will appeal to fans of the genre but also to viewers who want to have a good time. The program is already fully available on the Salto platform.