Maigret (1991–2005)
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Maigret investigates the dead of a seemingly boring accoutant killed while standing at the bedroom window of his fourth floor flat. The victim had no strong feelings for his wife or his ... See full summary »

Director:

François Luciani

Writers:

Georges Simenon (novel), Pierre Granier-Deferre (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Bruno Cremer ... Commissaire Jules Maigret
Alexandre Brasseur Alexandre Brasseur ... Paul Lachenal
Laure Duthilleul Laure Duthilleul ... Evelyne Tremblet
Aladin Reibel Aladin Reibel ... Monsieur Magine
Julien Cafaro Julien Cafaro ... Inspecteur Olmetta
Eléonore Bernheim Eléonore Bernheim ... Francine Tremblet (as Eléonore Gosset)
Consuelo De Haviland Consuelo De Haviland ... Josette Keller
Jean-Paul Muel Jean-Paul Muel ... Monsieur Mauvre
Jean-Pierre Becker Jean-Pierre Becker ... Le vieilleur de nuit
Jean-Luc Porraz Jean-Luc Porraz ... Mathieu Lanzeac
Sylvie Flepp Sylvie Flepp ... Concierge
Christian Loustau Christian Loustau ... Patron hôtel
Daniel Laloux Daniel Laloux ... Forain stand de tir
Jean-Marie Retby Jean-Marie Retby ... Responsable stand de tir (as Jean-Marie Redby)
Jérôme Keen Jérôme Keen ... Juge d'instruction
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Maigret investigates the dead of a seemingly boring accoutant killed while standing at the bedroom window of his fourth floor flat. The victim had no strong feelings for his wife or his children and a boring position at a bathroom fixture supplier and as no friends therefore no enemies. His only love was a canary. Seemingly. Maigret calls his young nephew inspector to help find out just who the victim really was. He finds, literally, more of the same. But within that sameness, one difference.

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Genres:

Crime | Drama | Mystery

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Country:

France | Belgium | Switzerland

Language:

French

Release Date:

3 March 2000 (France) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color
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Soundtracks

Chaconne from Partita for Violin Solo BWV 1004
Johann Sebastian Bach
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Must-see French-Czech-Belgian-Swiss TV
6 November 2005 | by orebaughSee all my reviews

Maurice Tremblet falls dead in his bedroom, a small projectile wound in his chest. Commissaire Maigret arrives to investigate, taking a room in a hotel across the street from which the fatal shot may have been fired. He calls this "settling in others' nests." And he must consider: why would anyone want M. Tremblet, a thoroughly ordinary accountant, dead? Of course, we learn that M. Tremblet was hardly ordinary. And we learn it as the characters do, for no one, not even his family, knew him well.

If you get a chance to see this one, take it. Sharp dialog leavened with genuine wit and outstanding work from the supporting cast (especially the lovely Eleonore Gosset) make it a winner. Quite a treat sorting out the true clues from the red herrings. Hats off to director Luciani (his only Maigret film so far) and experienced adapter Granier-Deferre.


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