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The COOP as a backdrop in a Belgian crime series

There were some strange characters wandering around the COOP the other day, including Belgian police investigators, a suspected murderer and an award-winning actress. What was happening was that the COOP had been turned into a backdrop for a Franco Belgian film called Une part d’Ombre (Benefit of the Doubt), directed by Samuel Tilman, which tells the story of David, a happy young father who finds himself accused of murder after a weekend spent with friends in the Vosges mountains. Beneath his respectable veneer, David turns out not to be the person he pretends to be.

The film stars Fabrizio Rongione as David and Natacha Régnier, who won a prize in Cannes in 1998, for her role in La vie rêvée des anges (The Dreamlife of Angels)