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Entertainment "La Revolution" on Netflix: Was Joseph Guillotin Really Real?

18:18  19 october  2020
18:18  19 october  2020 Source:   filmstarts.de

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Netflix has ordered a France-produced 8-episode 18th Century mystery thriller series, created by Aurélien Molas ("Red Creek") " that gives a new spin on the start of the 'French Revolution ' " introducing French surgeon, 'Dr. Joseph -Ignace Guillotin ', the inventor of the 'Guillotine', that was

In the new Netflix series “ La Révolution ”, the young doctor Joseph Guillotin ( Amir El Kacem ) first tracks down a strange illness and then a plot - and all of this in the midst of the turmoil of the burgeoning French Revolution.

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Guillotin discovers that the rampant murders in his vicinity are due to nobles infected with a parasitic disease. The infected are not just "sick": in fact, they are dead! As zombies hungry for human flesh, however, they can be resuscitated by injecting the infectious substance - and henceforth have blue blood in their veins in the truest sense of the word.

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Netflix will stream the France-produced 8-episode 18th Century mystery thriller series, " La Révolution ", created by Aurélien Molas ("Red Creek") introducing French surgeon 'Dr. Joseph -Ignace Guillotin ', the inventor of the 'Guillotine', streaming October 16, 2020 on Netflix

It quickly becomes clear: the retelling of the French Revolution is adding a good helping of fantasy.

But was Joseph Guillotin also a fantasy or did this doctor really exist? After all, his surname sounds suspiciously like the guillotine execution machine known from the French Revolution ...

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The fact is: a doctor named Joseph Guillotin really did exist during the French Revolution! He was actually the namesake of the guillotine. This is where the similarities between the Netflix guillotin and its historical role model end - at least as far as we currently know.

Because maybe the series character will actually invent the guillotine in one of the following seasons - for the purpose of doing the "blue blood", which is only possible with heads!

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Netflix will stream the France-produced 8-episode 18th Century mystery thriller series, " La Révolution ", created by Aurélien Molas ("Red Creek") introducing French surgeon, 'Dr. Joseph -Ignace Guillotin ', the inventor of the 'Guillotine', vilified as the pre-eminent symbol during the 'Reign of Terror'

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A completely different background story was invented for the Joseph Guillotin from “La Révolution” than the real Joseph Guillotin has. It starts with the fact that the character from the series is not really called that - which also officially cuts off the connection to the real person.


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The Joseph from the series doesn't even know his last name because he was abandoned as an infant. He later adopted the name Guillotin in the orphanage because he was as close as he was to a brother to an older boy named Albert Guillotin ( Lionel Erdogan ).

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The real Joseph Guillotin, by the way Joseph-Ignace Guillotin's full name, could look back on a long tradition of his surname. He came from a family of lawyers and was born the ninth of 13 children. At least his great-grandfather was already called Guillotin.

"La Révolution" on Netflix: Was Joseph Guillotin Really Real?

 In the new Netflix series " La Révolution ", the young doctor Joseph Guillotin ( Amir El Kacem ) first tracks down a strange illness and then a plot - and all of this in the midst of the turmoil of the burgeoning French Revolution. © Netflix "La Révolution" on Netflix: Was Joseph Guillotin Really Real? Guillotin discovers that the rampant murders in his vicinity are due to nobles infected with a parasitic disease.

Guillotin -- who was actually against the death penalty -- saw the guillotine as a more humane method of execution. His family subsequently changed their name to avoid any association with the grisly contraption. Erik Barmack of Netflix said they were keen to bring the eight-episode show -- set in

Netflix continues developing a France co-produced 8-episode 18th Century mystery thriller series, created by Aurélien Molas ("Red Creek") " that gives a new spin on the start of the 'French Revolution ' " by introducing French surgeon Dr. Joseph -Ignace Guillotin ', the inventor of the

And what's up with the guillotine? Joseph-Ignace Guillotin did not "invent" it, because a similar device existed before. But he was involved in the further development of the guillotine machine, which was ultimately named after him.

Guillotin strove to have all death row convicts of his day punished in the same way. Because depending on the status and crime of the person, the methods of killing at that time ranged from heads to quarters to being cooked while the body was alive. The killing should also take place in the most "humane" way possible, ideally with as little pain as possible.

Louisette or Guillotine?

By the way, it wasn't (only) Joseph-Ignace Guillotin who modernized the execution machinery. Although the first suggestion came from him, the draft for the actual further development of the machine was presented by a doctor named Antoine Louis. This was approved and then it was again Joseph-Guillotin's turn, who supervised the construction of the prototype.

At first the resulting construction was popularly known as "Louisette" or "Louison". Only later did the name "guillotine" catch on.

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