Yesterday evening, TF1 launched “Mon Ange”, its new thriller event led by Muriel Robin, Marilou Berry, and Patrick Chesnais. Was the press convinced by this mini-series in four episodes against a background of disappearance?
Worn by Muriel Robin and Marilou Berry, Mon Ange, TF1’s new mini-series, tells the story of Suzanne Brunet, a woman who has never stopped looking for her daughter Julie, who disappeared without leaving a trace eight years ago. year. One day, a photo in an old newspaper article leads her to a village where she will do everything, turn everything around, to find out the truth about what happened to Julie.
For its launch this Thursday on the front page, this creation by Négar Djavadi (The First Forgotten) allowed the channel to place itself at the head of audiences by bringing together an average of 4.78 million curious according to Médiamétrie. For an audience share of 24.6% for the general public and 19.6% for women responsible for purchases under the age of fifty (FRDA-50).
So if viewers seem to have gotten caught up in Muriel Robin’s quest for truth, what about the criticism?
What the press thinks …
According to Le Parisien:
“Carried by Muriel Robin, overwhelming as a mother ready to do anything to find her daughter, and Marilou Berry, determined to shed light on an affair that touches her more closely than she would like,” My Angel “brilliantly explores the gray areas of each and the guilty silences. ” 4/5
Read the full review
According to Télé 7 jours:
“Halfway between drama, detective and thriller, this mini-series captivates us to the end. Muriel Robin is formidable and illustrates well the fight of this torn mother in search of her daughter. Even if facing her, Marilou Berry largely goes the distance by winning through his game with sensitivity and accuracy. ” 4/5
According to Télé Loisirs:
“Muriel Robin, strong and fragile, convinces in this gripping detective story.” 3.5 / 5
According to Télé Z:
“A beginning a little stammering and a setting up which takes its time. Once the machine started, the intrigue works and holds the attention. Hats off to Muriel Robin who plays this role with the nuance that it requires. ” 3.5 / 5
According to Télé Star:
“Muriel Robin is more inhabited than ever in this very poignant drama.” 3.5 / 5
According to Cable TV Sat:
“This new attempt by Muriel Robin to embrace a dramatic role is uneven. It is sometimes difficult to believe in her character, especially because of the dialogue too written and riddled with clichés.” 2.5 / 5