The school of life on France 2: what does the press think of the series with Guillaume Labbé? – News Series on TV

France 2 launched last Wednesday the diffusion of its new series “The school of life” carried by Guillaume Labbé who plays here a professor of history-geography in full reconstruction following a tragedy. Has the press been convinced?

What is it about ?

The school of life tells the story of school without pretense. Side high school students, teachers or parents, we do not cheat. The real school: with its sometimes difficult personal stories that everyone tries in their own way and with their means of going beyond. By exploring the daily life of high school students and their teacher, The School of Life highlights those who participate in building the society of tomorrow.

The school of life by Gaëlle Thomas and Soiliho Bodin, based on the Quebec series 30 vies.

With Guillaume Labbé, Florence Pernel, Bruno Sanches, Mélanie Page, Cécile Rebboah …

Every Wednesday at 9:05 p.m. on France 2 since April 21.

What the press thinks …

According to Cable Sat TV:

“You might as well write it right away: L’École de la vie, which is adapted from the Quebec series 30 vies, is a favorite. In just a few minutes, it diffuses an emotion on edge, never underlined. In one episode, she creates such a bond that seeing the rest is obvious. In one season, you sincerely become attached to her gallery of characters. “ 4.5 / 5

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According to Télé Loisirs:

“The very successful The School of Life offers a new window to teaching and to those who defend it, in sometimes difficult conditions. A necessary fiction and as moving as the song in its credits,” Beaux “, co-written and beautifully performed by Clara Luciani. ” 3.5 / 5

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According to Télé 7 jours:

“A strong, positive and endearing series in total connection with our time. We can just regret that problems such as separatism and respect for secularism in schools are not frankly addressed” 3.5 / 5

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According to Le Parisien:

“We immediately sympathize with the young man he embodies, overflowing with love and enthusiasm, about to be a dad for the first time. Except that nothing goes as planned. To keep his head. out of the water, not to sink, Vincent Picard invests himself in his students. ” 3.5 / 5

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According to Le Figaro:

“Burdened by academic beginnings and a staging that gives pride of place to the ghostly appearance of a deceased character, the series improves halfway thanks to Vincent’s colleagues who settle into the storytelling.” 3.5 / 5

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According to Télé Z:

“The school of life plays on a false lightness to bring substance. The series, rather classic, is part of very current themes and seduces the viewer thanks to endearing characters.” 3.5 / 5

According to Télérama:

“Rape, alcoholism, poverty, disability, racism … we come close to the educational video. Too bad, because the series also finds an interesting balance between melancholy and comedy.” 2.5 / 5

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According to Le Nouvel Observateur:

“Undermined by contradictory intentions, shaken by incredible breaks in tone, we can only save from this disastrous remake the pretty chorus of the soundtrack, sung by Clara Luciani.” 2/5

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