France 3 is broadcasting “The Price of Treason” tonight, the third part of the police collection in which Mimie Mathy plays Captain Marie Jourdan. Was the press seduced by this TV movie also starring Mathieu Delarive and Juliette Chêne?
What is it about ?
It is in Angoulême where she lives that Marie Jourdan invited her friend Paul Danceny to celebrate her 35th wedding anniversary. Unfortunately, the party is brutally interrupted by the police who come to arrest his son Alex, married and father of a little girl, for the murder of his mistress, a local journalist. This is only the beginning of the descent into hell for Marie, whose ideal family picture is increasingly lacerated by the revelations of the investigation….
The Price of Treason, directed by François Guerin and written by Laurent Mondy.
With Mimie Mathy, Mathieu Delarive, Juliette Chêne, Patrick Raynal, Mathieu Coniglio, Cécilia Cara, Fabrice Deville…
Saturday January 22 at 9:10 p.m. on France 3 and already on Salto
What the press think…
According to Tele Z:
“After The Price of Truth and The Price of Loyalty, Mimi Mathy once again swaps her divine guardian angel wings for the less mischievous costume of a wise captain. The faithful will appreciate it.” 3.5/5
According to Télé Loisirs:
“A presumed assassin who can benefit from the help of his police mother, a policeman friend and his lawyer sister, it is undoubtedly rather rare. The scenario of the television film frankly suffers from it credibility side. is there for the viewer, because the TV movie provides good suspense and entertaining tension.” 3/5
According to TV Star:
“After The Price of Truth (2017) and The Price of Loyalty (2019), here is the rather entertaining third part of Captain Marie Jourdan’s investigations.” 3/5
According to Telerama:
“Four years after The Price of Truth and two years after The Price of Loyalty, Mimie Mathy rediscovers her role as an honest police captain and an imperfect mother. (…) Marie Jourdan reveals a more intimate facet of her personality. If the classic springs of the mystery remain (family secrets, betrayals, shenanigans), this aspect then makes it possible to breathe a saving relief into this fiction of a genre threadbare.” 2.5/5
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According to Télé 7 Jours:
“Third opus of the adventures of Marie Jourdan. The opportunity for Mimie Mathy to reveal other facets of the heroine, more anchored in her role as a mother. One regret: the absence of a character as strong as was that of Jérôme Anger (he played Paul’s dad), in the previous part. 2.5/5