What are the worst examples of the spread of the recent history of the film? Here are a few that come immediately to mind: Ralph Fiennes in Succeeded in Manhattan, Leonardo DiCaprio in Gangs of New York, Charlize Theron in Dark Places, Jack Nicholson in Batman, Christian Bale in Terminator Salvation, Halle Berry in Catwoman George Clooney in Batman And Robin, Julia Roberts in Michael Collins, Colin Farrell in Alexander, Winona Ryder in Alien Resurrection.
To this notorious list, we can add Rowan Atkinson in the movie twice for television Maigret sets a trap. Atkinson is, of course, a unique genius. But why came out of the whole universe of action, could have been chosen to play the role of the French detective, philosophical, pipes, tired of smoking, inspector Jules Maigret surpasses all understanding. In fact, Atkinson seems to have spent the last 40 years of his life to disqualify himself for this role. But we eloquently these days.
Commissar Maigret is a French detective created by Georges Simenon, who introduced in no less than 76 novels and numerous (short stories) that have sold nearly a billion copies.
Supposedly based on the close friend of the author, legendary head of inspection Marcel Guillame, Maigret style is very different from deductive pyrotechnics other famous detectives like Sherlock Holmes or Hercules Poirot. Instead, Maigret solves his crimes through a tireless process of beating on the streets, problems and patient waiting game.
In fact, as someone once said, it does not solve the crimes that resolves people. His technique is to delve into the problem and seek the evasive flash of intuition. So it’s sort of George Smiley, instead of (God forbid) any kind of James Bond.
In fact, the same titles from Simenon’s novels tell all the discrete French police and their case: Maigret has doubts, Maigret finds Maigret rents a room flaws Maigret, Little Joke of Maigret. As an editor, he once complained to the young aspiring writer: “disgusting your detective. How do you expect to sell something?
In addition to the huge success of his books, Maigret inspired many movies, television shows, radio plays and cartoons even produced around the world (interestingly, one of the most successful television series was a Japanese series based on a detective named Inspector Joseph Meguire (Japanese way of pronouncing Maigret.) And now, the ITV network has produced a series of films made for television for 2 hours beginning with Maigret tending a trap. June.
Maigret tends a trap refers to a series of murders in Paris in the long and hot summer of 1955. A serial killer through the district of refined Montmartre and grabbed the women with brown hair – one every month. Police have no clues and the press raised a public outcry, comparing the murders of Jack the Ripper. Maigret is under pressure from his superiors to solve the crime.