Fabien Nury, Paris Police 1900, Canal +

« The french Belle Époque dreamt itself as a police drama. »

Fabien Nury, writer of French comic Les Brigades du tigre and co-screenwriter of the self-title movie in 2006, goes back in the smoky atmosphere of the French Belle Époque with Paris Police 1900, a TV Show which brings back the Police Commissioner Lépine, the inventor of crime squad. Fabien Nury is passionate about the genre of film noir and he talks with us about his influences and his artistic’s choices.

Interview : Perrine Quennesson

Temps de lecture 5 min.

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