TF1 launched the broadcast of the first episodes of “Visions” last Monday. Were the critics convinced by the new event series worn by the singer Louane?
What is it about ?
While a little girl barely twelve years old disappears, Diego, eight years old, manifests strange visions which alert the captain of the gendarmerie in charge of the investigation, Romain, and especially his companion, Sarah, a young psychologist. What if what Diego sees or draws was linked to this disappearance?
Visions created by Jeanne Le Guillou and Bruno Dega
With Louane Emera, Soufiane Guerrab, Jean-Hugues Anglade, Léon Durieux, Marie-Ange Casta, Anne Marivin and Julien Boisselier
Every Monday at 9:10 p.m. on TF1 from May 16, and already available on Salto
What the press think…
According to Télé Loisirs:
“Directed by Akim Isker and written by Jeanne Le Guillou and Bruno Dega, screenwriters to whom we owe in particular “The mystery of the lake”, this drama plunges the viewer into the heart of a mysterious and addictive plot. The casting is of quality, from Louane Emera to Jean-Hugues Anglade and Marie-Ange Casta passing Soufiane Guerrab and the young Léon Durieux.” 4/5
According to Le Figaro:
“The story is dense. The realization is licked, offering in particular beautiful tight shots on the faces and some very beautiful landscapes. And the interpretation, impeccable.” 4/5
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According to Télé 7 Jours:
“In this series that mixes detective and fantasy, we quickly find ourselves caught up in the investigation which takes an unexpected turn following the visions of little Diego. Louane, for whom this is the first series, sensitively plays a shrink who befriends him.” 3/5
According to TeleStar:
“A French esoteric thriller that works quite well.” 3/5
According to TV Cable Sat:
“This fantastic TF1 mini-series stands out for its thematic audacity and prestigious cast. What a pity that the script and the production are not always up to par.” 3/5
According to The Point:
“The fault is to be found rather on the side of the scenario which accumulates the twists of the genre, until the overdose, at the risk of losing credibility. […] And as the culprit is obviously not to be sought among the obvious suspects, but rather towards the characters left aside by the plot, even the outcome, a bit sloppy, leaves the impression of having wasted its time a little.” 2/5
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