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Subtitle Murder Mystery

Alexandra Ehle (Julie Depardieu) is a coroner at the Bordeaux Forensic Institute, and though she's wildly unconventional with frequent flashes of bad judgment, she's also brilliant and compassionate when it comes to helping those who've died before their time. Her passion for getting to the bottom of murder cases puts a strain on her relationships, but she's single-minded in the pursuit of justice.

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Years ago, the love of his life was murdered. It's the case he hasn't been able to solve, and he won't be able to move on until he does. In the meantime, he works with police commander Hélène Bach to solve challenging murders in Paris and the surrounding area.

This murder mystery anthology series is a collection of movies in different cities and towns around Paris. Each one has its own separate cast and location, so if you try the first one and don't love it, skip around and try a few others. It's a Who's Who of French acting talent, but even without that, it would be worth watching for the scenery.

In the fictional French town of Saignac, Inspector Simon Magellan solves mysteries while struggling to raise his two teenage daughters. Though the murders aren't quite as crazy as the ones on a show like Midsomer Murders, it does feel like it could be a French cousin to the series.

This fun, lighter series follows the work of Chloé Saint-Laurent, a profiler who works with the police to solve murders in Paris. She's childlike in many ways, but as time goes on, she learns to become part of the team.

Much in the way the title of "Knives Out" worked actual knives into Johnson's first mystery film, "Glass Onion" is represented as a unique set piece in the follow-up. Apart from Blanc, though, "Glass Onion" and "Knives Out" have nothing in common, which is why Johnson is unhappy that "A Knives Out Mystery" is the subtitle to "Glass Onion."

Both "Knives Out" and "Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" are Rian Johnson's ode to legendary author Agatha Christie (via Nerdist), who wrote 66 mystery novels during her illustrious career. According to Novel Suspects, 33 of those novels featured her famed private detective Hercule Poirot. The first film featuring Poirot (Austin Trevor) was "Alibi" in 1931, and while the character (played by Albert Finney) would turn up again in the big-screen adaptation of "Murder on the Orient Express" in 1974, neither "Alibi" nor the author's name was part of the movie's title.

The "Knives Out" inclusion, however, left Johnson miffed, as he wanted each of his murder mysteries to have their own unique identities. "I've tried hard to make them self-contained," Johnson told The Atlantic in an interview. "Honestly, I'm pissed off that we have 'A Knives Out Mystery' in the title. You know? I want it to just be called 'Glass Onion.' I get it, and I want everyone who liked the first movie to know this is next in the series, but also, the whole appeal to me is it's a new novel off the shelf every time. But there's a gravity of a thousand suns toward serialized storytelling."

"Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery" is the first of two "Knives Out" follow-up films, which is part of a mega-deal Johnston struck with Netflix to produce the films. Whether Johnson's next Benoit Blanc film will carry the "A Knives Out Mystery" subtitle is a mystery that's yet to be unraveled.

The possibilities of television are endless. With the added bonus of streaming platforms, there are countless shows to watch from around the world. This means shows that are in other languages. The idea for reading subtitles in order to watch a show may be cumbersome.

In the wise words of director Bong Joon-ho, "Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films." In this case, it's television. There are many shows on Netflix in the countries original language that comes in a variety of subtitle languages. If journeying into the world of the subtitled shows, here's a list that are a must-watch.

For those who are a fan of the Titanic and want something peculiar the form of a show, then High Seas is the best bet. The Spanish mystery drama has an odd mix of reviews. Some fans love the mystery of the show but can't help but have a guilty pleasure for the bad acting, shotty plot and comical special effects.

The Valhalla Murders is a great way to get started into reading subtitles. The show is only eight episodes and was created in Iceland. It's also a show for fans of crime dramas full of thrilling turns. The show follows and Oslo detective with a troublesome past.

Returning back home, the detective joins forces with the local police to solve a series of murders. The show is in native Icelandic and combined with the blue-hued cinematography adds a level of intrigue.

The Spanish Netflix show Elite has gotten favorable reviews from audiences. Some reviews even admitted to holding off on watching the show for having to read subtitles. After the first episode, they were hooked. The Spanish thriller series that is already on its way to a fourth and fifth season.

The show revolves around three middle-class teenagers who attend a private school on scholarship. The show explores themes beyond the teen clichés. The struggle of social class differences leads to murder and mystery. Fans have raved about the show's emotional moments and exploration into ideals of present-day society.

Money Heist has an outstanding score of 8.4 from IMDb and a 94% rating from Rotten Tomatoes. Safe to say this show is worth the hype even if it means reading subtitles translated from Spanish. Fans praise the show for having a mix of thrill, and drama, interwoven with mind games that have the viewer hooked.

Narcos isn't a foreign show on Netflix. It's an American crime drama that's based on the drug kingpin, Pablo Escobar. Because the show is set in Colombia and focuses on the cartel, there are scenes that are done in Spanish and require reading subtitles. It's worth it.

K-dramas are on the rave when it comes to shows on streaming platforms. It's unlikely to find a K-drama that is dubbed in English. But hearing the show in its native Korean makes it more fun to watch. Don't worry, Netflix has got you covered with subtitles.

Set in Villefranche, a fictional, small, isolated town at the edge of a forest, a police chief and an eccentric new prosecutor investigate a string of murders, strange folk and weird goings on in a town where the murder rate is six times higher than the rest of the country. This French/Belgian thriller is very dark, moody, spooky and I have to be honest, a bit weird. There are now two seasons for your viewing pleasure. Watch now on Netflix.

Box 21The lives of a girl trafficked into prostitution and of a police officer twist together unexpectedly. But what answers does the elusive Box 21 hold? From Walter Presents, in Swedish with English subtitles.

JudgementA shattered family seeks to stitch their lives back together, to face their demons, and to restore meaning to their existence, with or without the aid of what society calls justice. From Walter Presents, in French with English subtitles.

Presumed GuiltyThe sudden death of his father leads Jon Aristegui to return to his hometown, where he must confront the ghosts of his past and an unsolved mystery. From Walter Presents, in Spanish with English subtitles.

Rocco Schiavone: Ice Cold MurdersAn unorthodox Italian police commissioner finds himself far from his beloved Rome when he is transferred to a mountain station where a murderer is at large. From Walter Presents, in Italian with English subtitles.

Silent HuntDetective Hanns von Meuffels adopts a unique method of silent investigation to reveal the truth, often confronting his own past mistakes in the process. From Walter Presents, in German with English subtitles.

The Last WaveIn a quiet seaside resort in the Landes, a mysterious cloud coincides with the disappearance of a small group of surfers. Upon their return, they discover themselves endowed with strange powers. Two days later, the cloud strikes again: the life of the inhabitants and the surrounding landscape are turned upside down. Is Nature in a revolt? From Walter Presents, in French with English subtitles.

The Nordic MurdersIn this engrossing crime drama, cop Julia Thiel and her mother Karin Lossow investigate criminal cases on the otherwise peaceful Baltic Sea island of Usedom. From Walter Presents, in German with English subtitles.

True NorthDiscover the story of an epic love triangle filled with passion, blackmail, and manipulation between Donalda, an intelligent young woman in love with Alexis, a logger and brawling adventurer. But Seraphin is madly in love with Donalda and will do anything in his power to be with her. From Walter Presents, in French (Canadian) with English subtitles.

Under SuspicionExperience the murder mystery full of family secrets, intrigue and obsession, as the police battle to solve a truly dark and puzzling case. From Walter Presents, in Spanish with English subtitles.

Witch HuntIda Waage is a dynamic woman, working as the CFO at a prestigious law firm. One day, she alerts her executive board to a potential criminal scandal, but to her shock, they turn on her, and look to discredit her. Will her determination to fight back and do the right thing put herself, and everyone she loves, in grave danger? From Walter Presents, in Norwegian with English subtitles.

Not only is it worth it for the unique and engaging content, but it's interesting to get a peek at a different lifestyle and totally different cultures. As Bong Joon Ho, the director of Parasitesaid, "Once you overcome the one-inch tall barrier of subtitles, you will be introduced to so many more amazing films." 041b061a72


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