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Entertainment Font (France 3): Clémentine Célarié and Joffrey Platel back for an episode full of emotion

23:10  27 february  2021
23:10  27 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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Police de caractères (France 3) : Clémentine Célarié et Joffrey Platel de retour pour un épisode plein d'émotion © Sarah ALCALAY - FTV - TERENCE FILM - GÉTÉVÉ PRODUCTIONS Font (France 3): Clémentine Célarié and Joffrey Platel back for an episode full of emotion This Saturday, February 27 from 9:05 pm, France 3 is broadcasting a new episode Font, one year after the first. It's time to meet Louise (Clémentine Célarié) and Etienne (Joffrey Platel) for an original and emotional investigation for their return to the air!

A little over a year ago, France 3 broadcast a first episode of Font of characters , carried by Clémentine Célarié and Joffrey Platel in the roles of investigators Louise Poquelin and Etienne de Beaumont. Getting along like dog and cat, these two had to team up to solve a murder and ended up starting to tame despite diametrically opposed characters. Good news, here they are back this Saturday February 27 from 9:05 p.m. on France 3 for a new episode!

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A return full of emotion for Font of characters

Anchored in Lille, a city to which Clémentine Célarié is very attached , this series offers as a second plot the mysterious death of a woman, Alicia, found hanged in the cold room of a hotel school. As always, several suspects, including the husband of the deceased, will be reviewed to solve this crime. Louise Poquelin and Etienne de Beaumont are dispatched to the investigation, and this new episode shows us a duo as endearing as ever, with an original and dynamic relationship. But, beyond the investigation itself and its suspense, this episode reveals more about the personal life of our two heroes.

The past of the Font duo unveiled

On the side of the generous and unpredictable investigator, it will once again be a question of love. Remember, in the first episode, Louise started a relationship with Raphaël, manager of a bistro played by Cyril Garnier (Thomas in Tomorrow belongs to us ) . But this very independent woman seems to have a hard time letting him come into her life, not wanting, for example, to make him meet his family. In this second episode, you will learn more about Louise's past, especially during a moving scene effectively interpreted by a solo Clémentine Célarié. For his part, Etienne de Beaumont will also see a dramatic part of his past unveiled. These two were made to meet ...

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