► Yes, because it is written by the writer of OSS 117
He made us die laughing with OSS 117 . Jean-François Halin, screenwriter of both feature films with Jean Dujardin, plunges us back into the daily life of French spies fiction that aims to be as crazy and shifted the films of Michel Hazanavicius. History ? In the Paris of the 1960s, André Merlaux, 23, is recruited to be trained at a secret agent trade. But the reality is far from what he could imagine and spyware are just lazy officials more concerned about their expense by their mission …
► No, because it’s not funny at all
Originally developed for Canal +, Arte which is ultimately recovered In the service of France . Presented as a funny and offbeat parody, the series has not even won we would do an ounce of a smile. Weighed down by too slowly, novelty completely falls flat for want of prickly replicas. Too absurd kills the absurd.
► Yes, if you’re a fan of Gossip Girl
In the role of André Merlaux, the young and idealistic lunar secret agent include Hugo Becker, that fans of Gossip Girl know well since he played in Season 4 of the series for teens. He embodied Prince Louis Grimaldi, which Blair Waldorf (Meester Leigton) fell madly in love. It was also seen last year in Heads , on France 2, in the role of a cook become alongside Clovis Cornillac.
► No, because Arte had accustomed us better
Slightly more discreet than other large chains, Arte stands out in recent years by a sharp and original programming for series. D So they may (on the life of priests) to Real Humans (which looks at the issue of clones) through Borgen (on policy) or Hatufim – Prisoners of war (Israeli series that inspired Homeland ), the Franco-German channel has never been afraid to cross borders and tackle sensitive subjects. Except this time, the sauce really takes forever …
In the service of France every Thursday at 20 pm 50 on Arte.
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