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Certains bons éléments, mais la succession de clichés invite parfois au "fast forward" sur la télécommande. La saison 2 est bien meilleure.
mi-a placut , chiar daca m-am oprit pentru ca intelesesem putin dinamica serialului
Takes me away from where I'm at and into Marseille. What could be better!
Loved the "underground" appeal of the show which pushes boundaries on the edgier side and sidelines with ruthlessness of politics. I am glad it doesn't just focus on just the "tourist" feel of France
It's all a bit average, a bit of a shame with such great names. They spiced it up with a couple of gay scenes and S&M connotations but the plot is not as exciting as it ought to be...
Watched episode 1 of Marseille last night and couldn't believe how bad it was. Everything felt cliché, forced and predictable. From the opening scene with Depardieu scarfing blow, to the hot lady bent over the railing "getting it" from the main protagonist, to the over-sexed roommate who enjoys loud open sex with men and women. Women be so horney amiright? It's supposed to be a show about powerful men and the women that f*ck them. Boooooring.
For what it is trying to be, it seemed just fine to me.
Absolutely loved the show and because i'm studying french, it benefits me a lot.
ALthough at times this 8 episode series falls into the typical soap opera cliches, the true star here is the Title namesake....MARSEILLE, with its beautiful classic structures as a backdrop as well as its filthy modern shanty towns. Easy to follow and romantic, this is a summer's series made in heaven!!
The worst on Netflix :/