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Missing "House of Cards" "The Good Wife?" Try Marseilles on Netflix

I don’t know how I found this show, but it’s a Netflix original French drama with subtitles. It’s like “The Girlfriend Experience,” (GFE) “The Good Wife” and for sure “House of Cards” since it involves the longtime mayor of the French port city of Marseilles, scandal, paternity issues, adultery, drug abuse and betrayal on a massive scale. 30 more words

Actors

Excuse My French: Netflix's New Political Drama 'Marseilles' Is a Stylized Mess

I’ll be the first to admit that I was actually pretty excited when I heard about “Marseille.” Imagine, for a moment, Netflix budget + France + political intrigue. 572 more words

Viewpoint

Jean-Claude Izzo

Within a few paragraphs Jean-Claude Izzo (1945-2000) not only analyzes his main character’s connection to the sea by being by the sea but, more importantly, he defines how his generation perceived the maritime travel. 528 more words

Gangway

Sojourn to the South of France: Marseilles

Before we moved to the UK, people always spoke about how easy it was to get to Paris. So it might a bit of a surprise to know that we took 8 months to get to France at all, and that our first taste of the country was not in Paris, but the seaside city of Marseilles. 1,766 more words

Abedi Pele - The Ghanian Pele

Abedi Ayew Pelé, (born Nov. 5, 1964, Ghana) Ghanaian player who was the only man to have won the African Player of the Year award three consecutive times (1991–93). 174 more words

Greatest Players

Private James Hercules Harold Anderson 1942

Sometimes tragedy occurred upon the return from the front and the dangers of war. James Anderson grew up in the Corryong area and was a well-regarded cross country jockey, riding regularly around the Towong circuit when war broke out. 452 more words

Un Weekend en France

J’adore la France, c’est une pays très beau avec la bonne nourriture et les gentilles personnes.

It helps that I began studying the language at the age of 14, have hosted multiple “Frenchies” during my high school summers and have also visited Paris twice. 766 more words