(HPI) (Season 1)

Tuesday, November 2 – Melville Theatre – 3:00 pm
(Screening ends at 4:45 pm)
Wednesday, November 3 – Melville Theatre – 5:15 pm
(Screening ends at 7:00 pm)
Thursday, November  4 – Melville Theatre – 7:45 pm
(Screening ends at 9:30 pm)
Friday, November 5 – Melville Theatre– 10:15 pm
Sunday, November 7 – Melville Theatre – 9:00 am
(Screening ends at 10:45 am)

Presented in Association with:

Newen Connect,



North American Premiere | TV Series |France | 2021 | Comedy | 8 x 52 min | Episodes 1 & 2 |
In French with English subtitles

Directed by: Vincent Jamain, Laurent Tuel
Created by: Nicolas Jean, Alice Chegaray-Breugnot, Stéphane Carrié
Written by: Alice Chegaray-Breugnot, Stéphane Carrié, Nicolas Jean, Julien Anscutter, Soiliho Bodin, Marion Carnel, Nicolas Clément, Charlene Gadan, Julie-Anna Grignon, Alexandra Julhiet, Laurent Vignon
Produced by: Bérangère Legrand (Septembre Productions), Anthony Lancret, Pierre Laugier (Itineraire Productions), TF1
Cinematography: Benjamin Louet
Film Editing: Nicolas Pechitch, Stéphanie Pelissier, Jean de Garrigues, Emmanuel Douce
Original Score: Yannis Dumoutiers
Cast: Audrey Fleurot (Morgane Alvaro), Mehdi Nebbou (Adam Karadec), Bruno Sanches (Gilles Vandraud), Marie Denarnaud (Céline Azan), Bérangère McNeese (Daphné Forestier), Cypriane Gardin (Théa), Noé Vandervoode (Éliott)
International Sales: Newen Connect
Original Broadcast: TF1, April, 2021

Actor Audrey Fleurot (Spiral, COLCOA TV Series Award, 2015) stars as Morgane Alvaro, an intractable cleaning lady and single mother of three small kids, who happens to have an IQ of 160.  After accidentally knocking over a stack of evidence while cleaning police offices — and outsmarting the entire detective unit — Morgane is recruited to join them. The only problem is she hates cops… and doesn’t take too well to any kind of rules or authority.  But she has her own quid pro quo strategy in mind!

This upbeat detective series was created by a triumvirate of experienced TV series writers.  Alice Chegaray-Breugnot was a writer on Le juge est une femme (2010-13) and Mes amies, mes amours, mes emmerdes (2015), and a co-creator of La Mante (2017).  Stéphane Carrié was a writer on R.I.S. Police scientifique (2008-10), Profilage (2010-14), Spiral (2017), and Candice Renoir (2020).  Nicolas Jean, whose idea the series is based upon, was a writer on Second Chance (2009) and Tomorrow is Ours (2017-21), and co-creator of La Mante (2017) and Impatients (2018). Vincent Jamain (Balthazar) and Laurent Tuel (Children’s Play, Jean-Philippe) have joined their talents to direct the most popular series in France this year.

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