“REvolt of innocents” formerly “Le Juge Courage: L’affaire des Vermiraux” is in le Film Français of 27 Avril 2018
Kien Productions develops the next serie of Olivier Marchal, written by Christophe Gavat, and adapted by the novel « Mortels Trafics » of Pierre Pouchairet (Prix du Quai des Orfèvres 2017).
The men of the Commandant Patrick Girard from the criminal Brigade of Paris investigate on the violent murder of two teenagers at the Necker hospital.
The thin clues that they reach to collect point to a city in the Greater Paris, abandoned to the hands of a lawless kingpins team.
At the same time, the Lieutenant Léane Vallauri and all the drug brigade of Nice prepare the interception of an important go-fast of drug that go up the Europe from the Spanish coasts.
At the head of this convoy of powerful 4 x 4 escort by bikers, Edouardo, a killer from the Mexican cartel of Sinaola, is ready to kill anyone who will try to stop him.
When a dead body makes the link between the two investigations, the policemen from the Crim’ et the ones from the Stup’, have to associate themselves to reveal the terrible alliance between the south traffickers and the parisian thugs…
An intense thriller with a torrid pace.
You can find on the website of l’Yonne Républicaine the impressions of all the local participants on the filming, from extras to the president of reception office of filming.
Monday 12th February, a ceremony of thanks for Avallon’s residents has been organized with the presence of Philippe Niang, the filming team and the local elected representatives.
The article can be found on the website of L’Yonne Républicaine by clicking on the picture.
Philippe Niang presented his movie, by the side of Gaëlle Laurent, regional delegate of the Reception office of filming and Agnès Joreau, culture assistant of Avallon’s town.
You can find this presentation of “L’affaire des Vermireaux” on the website of L’Yonne Républicaine.
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Didier Arnaud, Writer and reporter at Liberation, published a very interesting investigation on the obstinacy of a woman in search of her past stayed mysterious.
Marie-Laure Las Vergnas, discovered in 1998, in family archives, Mathieu Tamet’s testimony, her great-grandfather, in charge of the Public Assistance for Avallon’s region at the time of vermireaux’s case.
Intimates books reveal this insane story, and condemn for the first time, for corruption associated with collective violences on children, the managers of an institution.