Marseille (2016) - Drama

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A tale of power, corruption and redemption set against the rich backdrop of the French port city of Marseille.

IMDB: 6.9
Stars: Karen Strassman, Anne Yatco
Length: 41 Minutes
PG Rating: N/A
Reviews: 4 out of 25 found boring (16%)

One-line Reviews (15)


A B-class political drama in an exciting environment .

The storyline feels very linear and predictable, there are too few twists that keeps the interest up.

Gerard Depardieu played his role so can tell he's a veteran well he made nice duo with Benoit Magimel ( Lucas Barres ) The series is entertaining and not boring at all.. I am sure if Netflix continue the series it will work out especially that they learned a lot from season 1 and 2

Boring stereotypes .

Very exciting series, with much to look forward to.

Probably a series about catholic syndicate men (not women), say the railway or the teachers, extorting more money from the rest of the society would have turned out far more engaging.

It is supposed to be quite the crime infested city, and I guess that is real to a point, but I wish they could have given the characters more dimension, and stop with the excessive useless tiresome overdone sex scenes.

I don't know if it is good or bad, exciting or boring.

The plot is very predictable and does not have surprises, you can see developments coming long before they happen.

Also it seems like very boring politically correct approach where the good folks always are on the left side and the bad ones always on the right side of politics.

The actress playing Rachel Taro is clearly overacting, she's boring, dull, and simply not believable.

Each episode was more exciting than the other.

Overall it was enjoyable and if they make a second series I will watch.

The characters all come across as clichéd and tiresome, dreary dreary, but the panorama shots of the city do look so good.