The police of police isn't done with the Departmental Service of the Judicial Police (SDPJ) group. The investigation into Caplan's group and Bernardi is led by a devious cop: Chief ...
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The police of police isn't done with the Departmental Service of the Judicial Police (SDPJ) group. The investigation into Caplan's group and Bernardi is led by a devious cop: Chief Superintendent Henri Brabant. For his part, Walter is still enraged about the violent aggression his children suffered. Behind Caplan's back, he enlists Wassim Alcala, an old friend from the army, to find Charlie (Caplan's mysterious friend who appeared in season 3) to equip him which what he needs to take down the Turks.
Just one little thing about this series, one little, before I get back to it in a couple of days, after I watched the entire series. In this season four, you have a police officer character whose name in the story is Frankeur. He is a cop from Marseilles, a rough and nasty cop. I am sure it is a tribute to Jean-Pierre Melville's masterpiece LE DEUXIEME Soufflé, where a nasty Marseille's cop character was played by the actor Paul Frankeur. He played in this film the superintendent Fardiano. So far, this is a good season, but I repeat, I wait till the end to give my overall comment. And one more thing that contributes to what I just said. The nasty cop character tries to nail gangsters who killed armored car guards during a bloody heist, like in Jean-Pierre Melville's film.
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