SERIELAND ENTRETIEN - The series "Les petits meurtres d'Agatha Christie" returns to France 2 in a new seventies version.
On this occasion, Eva Roque receives the designer and producer Sophie Révil.
How did this idea of adaptation come about?
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She confides on the underside of this new season.
Neither Hercule Poirot, nor Miss Marple.
But the essence of Agatha Christie's novels.
In 2008, viewers discovered on their screen
The Little Murders of Agatha Christie,
a series adapted from the world of the pope of detective novels.
For season 1, the plot of which took place in the 1930s, we followed a commissioner and his assistant.
In season 2, it is a journalist, a commissioner and his secretary who led the investigation.
For the third season, which arrives on February 5 on France 2, the creator Sophie Révil has chosen to take her new group of investigators in the 1970s. It is now the curator Annie Gréco, camped by Emilie Gavois-Kahn (
Vernon Subutex, The Red Bracelets
) and an inspector, the angry Max Beretta, played by Arthur Dupont (
Bus Palladium, Victor & Célia
who lead the investigation.
But a smart psychologist played by Chloé Chaudoye also joins the group.
How do you go about adapting Agatha Christie's novels?
And why transpose the characters in the 1970s?
In SERIELAND, the Europe 1 Studio podcast by those who love series and make them, the producer and creator of fiction Sophie Révil delivers the secrets of filming and manufacturing to the microphone of Eva Roque.
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