What is it about ?
At the beginning of the 20th century, in Vienna, Max Liebermann, a brilliant doctor who had studied with the famous psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud, contacted Oskar Rheinhardt, an Austrian police inspector, and offered his help in solving the strange case in which he is confronted. His extraordinary analytical skills, forensic skills and knowledge of human behavior and deviations will be invaluable in solving the most complex criminal investigations.
Max Liebermann’s Notebooks, developed by Steve Thompson from the literary saga of Frank Tallis.
With Matthew Beard, Jürgen Maurer, Jessica De Gouw, Luise von Finckh, …
Every Sunday at 9:05 p.m. on France 3 since February 21 (3 episodes of 90 minutes)
What the press thinks …
According to Le Figaro:
“The atmosphere of the capital of the Austro-Hungarian Empire on the eve of the First World War is particularly well rendered, thanks to a reconstruction and a neat image, as well as a fluid and elegant staging. .) A series which once again confirms the talent of the British, the BBC in particular, for historical fiction. ” 4/5
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According to Cable Sat TV:
“The staging is spectacular, the reconstruction (from the sets to the costumes) perfect, the atmosphere engaging, the writing effective and the themes have a contemporary resonance. A success!” 4/5
According to Télé Loisirs:
“A gripping plot and two main actors who interpret their characters with great accuracy.” 4/5
According to Télé 7 jours:
“A well-crafted episode with an unexpected ending. Following in the footsteps of our two heroes as different as they are complementary, we dive into Vienna at the start of the 20th century with its splendor and gilding but also its dark sides. ” 3.5 / 5
According to Télé Z:
“Based on a classic – the mismatched duo – this new series is full of charm and surprises.” 3.5 / 5
According to Télérama:
“Good surprise that the first act of this series produced by the BBC. (…) Matthew Beard is convincing in the role of the hero, a sort of young Sherlock Holmes boasting of psychoanalytic theory.” 3/5
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