They love everything about Morgane Alvaro.
“Her grain of madness, her improbable outfits.
Rita and her niece Gatanaëlle are big fans of the first season of "HPI" starring Audrey Fleurot, a hair-raising investigator with high intellectual potential (HPI).
So they were not going to miss the first two episodes of season 2, broadcast at the UGC in Lille (North), for the Series Mania festival, in March.
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“It's very promising for the future, slips Gatanaëlle, in her twenties.
What I like is that it's realistic and unrealistic at the same time.
Goofy and so funny.
It changes well over the episodes.
And then, like Morgane, I was diagnosed with high intellectual potential, so obviously that speaks to me.
Her aunt, who came from Armentières like her, agrees.
“It's much better than
which may be a little in the same genre but is not renewed, she notes.
And in addition becomes too wacky, we do not believe it.
Christine and Chantal came with friends.
"We like both the comic side and the Hercule Poirot investigation", analyze the two retirees from Villeneuve-d'Ascq.
“It's a series that feels good.
We will devour the episodes.
The new season, like the first, was filmed in the North.
“Inevitably, it plays into the fact that we like.
We recognize places, it's not every day that it happens to us on TV, notes the 25-year-old student in language sciences.
Morgane, we want to be her friend, she's so funny, completely crazy, she puts spice in everything she touches.
And to embody it, Audrey Fleurot is brilliant.
"She is more than beautiful," whispers Alain.
But I can't say it too loud, my wife is next door.