The actor Omar Sy in the series "Lupine" on Netflix -
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around the world, Netflix is giving the green light to several French productions.
Tuesday, exactly one year after opening an office in Paris, the streaming giant announced the start of several action films and series as relayed by the
Among the films, there will be
A Tombeau Ouvert
, an adaptation of the Korean film
A Hard Day
(2014), with Simon Abkarian and Franck Gastambide in the cast.
Then, it is Louis Leterrier who will have the opportunity to find Omar Sy in a sequel to
De l'Autre Côté du Périph
, a film by Guillaume Pierret released on Netflix in 2020 will also have the right to a sequel.
As for the series, Netflix is betting on
Les 7 Vies de Léa
, the adaptation of a novel by Nataël Trapp intended for teenage audiences.
The platform also relies on
, a rather thriller-oriented series in which a TV journalist finds herself owing 2 million euros to a drug trafficker.
The Hexagon has quickly become a favorite ground for Netflix on a European scale.
By the end of the year, the platform will have produced no less than 27 films, series and documentaries there.
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