Murders In Corrèze
In the midst of a historic procession in Tulle, the mutilated body of an artist is found on the sidelines of the crowds.Subscribe Now
In the midst of a historic procession in Tulle, the mutilated body of an artist is found on the sidelines of the crowds. Detectives Axel and Lena, former lovers who have not met in 13 years, are forced to overcome personal grievances and work together.
Stretching over more than three kilometres in the narrow and tortuous Corrèze valley, Tulle spreads its old quarters on the hillside overlooking the river, while the Notre-Dame cathedral emerges from the heart of the town.
The black plague hit the city Tulle in 1348 and, on the evening of June 23, in despair, the city authorities decided to march behind a statue of Saint John to stop what was considered a divine scourge. The plague ceased shortly afterwards, and the Tullists promised to renew this procession every year. It is still perpetuated today and is called the "Procession of the Lunade". (Source: Wikipedia)