US News "Laëtitia", the series on the murder of a young woman in France

18:24  21 september  2020
18:24  21 september  2020 Source:   rfi.fr

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TV series . a list of 320 titles created 10 Sep 2018. Storyline. A collection of police murder investigations each time taking place in a different French city and region. Country: France . Language: French. Release Date: 23 April 2013 ( France ) See more ».

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«Laëtitia», série de France 2, réalisée par le documentariste Jean-Xavier de Lestrade. © Jérôme PRÉBOIS / FTV / PCB FILMS & L 'ÎLE CLAVEL "Laëtitia", series from France 2, produced by documentary filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade.

The series of the public channel France 2 is making the event this September. "Laëtitia" tells the story of the murder of a young woman of 18, Laëtitia Perrais, whose dismembered body had been found near Pornic in 2011.

One night in January 2011, in Pornic, in Loire-Atlantique, Laëtitia Perrais , a young waitress, is raped and murdered by a repeat offender.

The circumstances of the crime, the arrest of the murderer, Tony Meilhon, then the long investigation work before finding Laëtitia's body, dismembered and thrown in a pond not far from Nantes, had shocked France.

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Jenny, a young American woman , moves to Paris and gets involved with Jack, who is seemingly the man of her dreams. She invites him to weddings. They await convictions on the murder trials. A young drifter working on a river barge disrupts his employers' lives while hiding the fact that he knows

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Adapted from an investigation by historian Ivan Jablonka , the series revisits this tragedy. Behind the camera, documentary filmmaker Jean-Xavier de Lestrade , the only one in France to ever receive an Oscar, in 2002 for Un guilty ideal, the story of a black American teenager wrongly accused of the murder of a tourist in Florida.

Tracing the investigation of the judicial police

With Laetitia, he turns to fiction to retrace the investigation of the judicial police and the trial, but also the course and the mistreated childhood of the young woman. Far from being a simple news item, it sheds light on the springs of ordinary violence against women - five years after the word feminicide entered the dictionary. To deliver a striking portrait of a young girl of today on the threshold of breaking out and cut short in her vital impetus.

Laëtitia (6 episodes of 45 minutes) : from tonight on France 2 and in preview since September 18 on the france.tv site.

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