COMEDY DRAMA. A delicate chronicle
"L'Hermine", at 21:10 pm on France 2. He's a man you want to spend time with. To understand this humor, this excess of the verb, this fragility. Fabrice Luchini is first savored at the top of his art as a severe president of a court of assizes in love in spite of himself, in the excellent "Hermine". He plays Michel Racine, who drags a carbine flu and chronic sourness. His wife fired him, he lives in a sinister hotel, his colleagues at the court of Saint-Omer (Pas-de-Calais) fear this merciless judge, as unkind to lawyers as to the accused. Michel Racine oversees a session of assizes where a man appears for killing his baby. At the time of the composition of the jury, his confidence falters when he discovers among the jurors a woman, Ditte, whom he had loved six years before and has never forgotten.
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