The Bureau Season Two DVD Review07:30:00
Good Morning Lovelies,
Around this time last year, I was treated to the first season of The Bureau and instantly loved the world of crime, investigation and politics that it brought with it. So it is only felt right to dive into the second season.
Carrying on four months after the first season, the show sees Malotru, played by Mathieu Kassovitz, be promoted to Deputy Director of the DGSE, where he instantly has to take on the mission to take down a jihadist who is the top ISIS executioner.
As soon as the show opens up you know that you are in for an intense time as a viewer. Not only are you faced with the terrors that Malotru is working on, but the characters who have worked or been beside him during the show are also in trouble. Nadia is imprisoned in Syria and Marina is starting her own mission in Tehran. All of which that cause Malotru to have to fight for his life and theirs.
This French drama knows how to make audiences want to watch on. It has everything in it that hooks you in. With many elements happen in a fast pace, you do worry that you could get lost along the way. But the show points everything as you see it and as an audience member you don’t want to turn away in case you miss a moment.
The story is important to the times and the cast, crew and audience know this, which makes it so intriguing to watch. There so I am giving it...