After Ghostland, Pascal Laugier attack the 10 Little Niggers by Agatha Christie
We often tend to ridicule the fictions produced by the French television, but here is one that surprises us.
We can not say that the productions of our national tv channels have a habit of us the chills with their originality or for their audacity. However, in M6 we did a few eyebrows with his project of rereading of the 10 Little Niggers.
Renamed They Were Ten, the story will gather in the Caribbean for ten miserable, five women and five men. Unfortunate, but not innocent, since these individuals brought together by an illustrious unknown to unique point common to have all committed at least one murder. They should, if in doubt, do kindly masibler as of the six episodes of this mini-series.
So far, nothing fundamentally exciting, except that the channel has chosen to make the thing a reference in terms of the rendering of the characters, since it is Pascal Laugier who will be behind the camera.
It is therefore quite curious to see what the director of Martyrs, Ghostland or The Secret has in mind for the regaining of the classic detective literature written by Agatha Christie. On the screen, he will lead a cast solid, where you will meet Matilda Lutz of Revenge, but also Romane Bohringer, Marianne Denicourt, Guillaume De Tonquedec, Samuel Le Bihan and Patrick Mille.
The mini-series, not yet on tour, it requires a bit of patience, since They Were Ten should not be released before 2020.
Pascal Laugier on the set of the Secret