Almost Perfect Crimes
NONFICTION - DOCUMENTARY | FRANCE | ENGLISH | TV-14
A fascinating investigation into some of the most notorious, infamous and terrifying crimes in French history.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Pollet Gang (Sn 2 Ep 1)
The 1909 execution of four cold-blooded killers reinstitutes the death penalty in France.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Butcher of La Chapelle (Sn 2 Ep 2)
A serial killer terrorizes mid-19th century Paris.
Almost Perfect Crimes: Georges Sarret (Sn 2 Ep 3)
A respected legal advisor leads a secret life as an acid bath murderer.
Almost Perfect Crimes: Guillaume Seznec (Sn 2 Ep 4)
The murder of a wood merchant leads to a controversial French court case in 1924.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Prisoner of Poitiers (Sn 2 Ep 5)
A woman, locked away by her family for 25 years, is discovered in 1901.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Caillaux Affair (Sn 2 Ep 6)
The wife of a former prime minister literally murders her husband's critics in 1914.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Bommiers Killings (Sn 2 Ep 7)
The killing of a family of peasant farmers in 1946 remains unsolved to this day.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Golden Helmet and the Apaches (Sn 2 Ep 8)
A bloody gang war erupts in Paris at the turn of the 20th century.
Almost Perfect Crimes: Martin Dumollard (Sn 2 Ep 9)
The "Monster of Ain" terrorizes the French countryside from 1855 to 1861.
Almost Perfect Crimes: The Stavisky Affair (Sn 2 Ep 10)
A respected businessman turns out to have led a double life at the height of the Great Depression.