Tuesday, March 9, 2010

'Musée Éden' Premieres On March 16

In one week, the TV series Musée Eden, which is a nine-episode crime drama, will premiere on March 16 at 9 PM (10 PM in the Maritimes) on Radio-Canada.

While the show is a crime thriller, it also casts a look at the condition of women during the 1910s. It was written by Gilles Desjardins, directed by Alain DesRochers and produced by Sophie Deschênes.

The story takes place in 1910 in a poor neighbourhood of Montreal where criminality reigns. Camille (Mariloup Wolfe) and Florence (Laurence Leboeuf) Courval leave the province of Manitoba and arrive in Montreal. They inherit from their murdered uncle a museum of wax statues specialized in criminal history. Moreover, the Courval sisters will try to solve the murders that take place in their neighbourhood with the help of Dr Boyer (Paul Doucet), a forensic expert, and Étienne Monestier (Éric Bruneau).

Moreover, as they explore the underbellies of Montreal, Camille and Florence will come across corrupted policemen, criminals of the worst kind, damned artists and even drug addicts. These encounters will shake up their moral beliefs and they'll try to remain tight no matter what.

The show also stars Vincent-Guillaume Otis, Benoît Brière, Guy Nadon, Jean-Nicolas Verreault, Gaston Lepage, Suzanne Champagne and Jacques L’Heureux.

Finally, if you miss the show on the day of its broadcasting, you can watch it on its official web site or on Tou.tv.

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