A dark realistic cop series from world-famous filmmaker Olivier Marchal. Braquo follows a squad of Paris cops who exist in the blurred boundaries at the very edge of the law, often using violence and intimidation to get the job done. The lives of these officers change radically when their squad leader, falsely accused of corruption, commits suicide. Determined to clear his name they start an investigation of their own, only to find that the police department itself stands in their way. Driven by adrenaline and a thirst for justice, they must turn their backs on the laws they're sworn to enforce if they are to uncover the truth. Facing constant danger from all sides - and with the two most likely outcomes being imprisonment or death – the stakes couldn't be higher, but that merely serves to crank up the tension in this acclaimed series.

Braquo - Netflix

Type: Scripted

Languages: French

Status: Ended

Runtime: 55 minutes

Premier: 2009-10-12

Braquo - Karole Rocher - Netflix

Karole Rocher (born 4 July 1974) is a French actress best known for her role as Roxane Delgado in the French TV series Braquo.

Braquo - Life and career - Netflix

Karole Rocher grew up in Sartrouville with her father and spent her summers with her mother in a village in Corsica. At 16 she worked nights as a waitress until she was noticed by the entourage of Princess Erika. It was in 1995 that Karole Rocher began her acting career alongside Romain Duris appearing in a music video of Princess Erika directed by Olivier Dahan for the song Faut qu’j'travaille. In 1997 she met director Sylvie Verheyde, she made her film debut playing the role of Virgine in Un frère. In 1998 she was then given her first lead role in the Rachid Bouchareb directed movie L'Honneur de ma famille with Roschdy Zem. She worked alongside Roschdy Zem again in the 2000 film Sauve-moi. She then went on to continue working with Sylvie Verheyde in Princesses in 2000, Amour de Femme in 2001,Scorpion in 2007, Stella in 2008 and Confession of a Child of the Century in 2011. In 2009 she landed a leading role in police TV series Braquo written and directed by Olivier Marchal as Lieutenant Roxane Delgado with Jean-Hugues Anglade, Nicolas Duvauchelle and Joseph Malerba. In the 2011 film Poliss she played the role Chrys for which she was nominated for a César Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role.

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