Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Exclusive Premiere of 'Musée Eden' on Feb. 26

Unlike what we believe, the Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois isn't just a film festival. It's also an opportunity to see the pilot of upcoming TV series before everybody. In fact, on Friday, February 26, the pilot of Musée Eden will be presented in the auditorium of the Grande bibliothèque at 7 PM.

This upcoming TV series from Radio-Canada opens with the brutal murder of a man, Félix Courval, in the Montreal of the 1910s. He has two nieces - played by Laurence Leboeuf (Durham County) and Mariloup Wolfe (Ramdam) - who lives in St-Boniface, Manitoba. After Courval's death, the two women come to Montreal, the city where he lived, in order to know the content of his will. The oldest of the two women will inherit from a few buildings and above all, a museum where crime scenes are reproduced (even with the real blood of the victims).

Moreover, as they have to handle the museum, the two sisters also attend to the trial on their uncle's murder. Needless to say that the answers about the identity of the killer are nearly non-existent. However, a young and determined journalist (Éric Bruneau) will lead an investigation on his own in order to get to the bottom of it.

Finally, also note that during this exclusive event Mariloup Wolfe, Laurence Leboeuf, Éric Bruneau (Les pieds dans le vide) and Vincent-Guillaume Otis (Babine) will be there to take your questions. Furthermore, Alain Desrochers (Nitro), the director, Gilles Desjardins, the creator of the show, and Sophie Deschênes, the producer, will also be there.

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