Tag Archives: Thierry Lhermitte

Une maison témoin

I stumbled across a French TV series on Netflix; if you like suspenseful police thrillers, I think you’ll enjoy it. It’s entitled Les témoins (tay-mwahn), which means “Witnesses.” One of the main characters, retired detective Paul Maisonneuve, is played by … Continue reading

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Quai d’Orsay

I’ve had a bit of a crush on Dominique de Villepin since his speech before the U.N. in 2003. He is eloquent, handsome, and suave. What’s not to love? Well, possibly quite a lot. Last week, I watched a hilarious … Continue reading

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