La Trêve saison 2 - générique / The Break season 2 - opening titles
We're watching the detectives again. We watched season 1 of La Trêve (The Break) a while back. I like the tune they play at the opening of the season 2 episodes. The tune is True Love by Balthazar. You can listen to the whole thing on YouTube.
Watching it this time, I'm thinking they must be in France, it sounds like they are speaking French, but looking back at my previous post, I think they must be in Belgium. I mean, that's where they were last time, right? Surely they would stay in the same area. I should check. Well, someone should check.
A seemingly constant feature of the crime series we've been watching lately is that everyone lies, and sometimes it gets a little old. Can't anyone tell the truth anymore? (You'd think the hero could, but he talks to dead people, and that doesn't really help his case*.) Then again, maybe that's the way murder investigations really go. Having someone killed in your immediate vicinity can have a disturbing effect on people. We shouldn't be surprised if people flake out and start lying just to hear words come out of their mouths.
Homosexuals seem to be getting more screen time these days. Most every show we've seen lately has a gay character in a leading role. It doesn't seem to bother me as much as it used to. Might be because I am getting older and care more about what goes on inside a person's head than their physical presence. Last couple of shows we saw had male homosexuals. This one has a couple of women.
* Which case are you talking about? The murder he's not supposed to be investigating? Or the case before the court of public opinion as to whether he is sane enough that we might give some credence to his story? Well, talking with the dead might help him solve the murder, but are you really going to listen to a guy who talks to dead people?