The French actress who styles herself Maïwenn's thoroughly researched police procedural thriller is a convincing cinéma vérité style account of the working of Paris's equivalent of our child protection unit. It's harrowing stuff about child abuse, molestation, paedophilia, sex trafficking and the way the state goes about investigating these things, as well as the effect such day-to-day activities have on those professionally involved and how they cope. The performances are uniformly excellent, but the charismatic rapper Joeystarr is particularly impressive as an idealistic, insubordinate cop with a short fuse. There are forgivable lapses, especially a misjudged melodramatic gesture in the final reel.
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