In Inhuman Resources, he is really carrying the story on his back and if you’ve known Eric Cantona mostly as a soccer player, you won’t think of him as such after watching this mini-series on Netflix. Fortunately, horror doesn't use this nearly as much as comedy. Dorfmann (Alex Lutz) is the CEO of Exxya, a gigantic aerospace firm that just made headlines when it lost a major bid, and is privately planning on laying off two-thirds of its workforce. Alaine goes to work at an auto-parts warehouse.
237, This story has been shared 222 times. Often in relation to job applications or interviews, which only makes the plot of Inhuman Resources even more relevant and realistic. Opening Shot: Alain Delambre (Eric Cantona) stares directly into the camera and begins narrating his story. At least in terms of how people react.
... Based on a true story.
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Most Pilot-y Line: “I’ve never been a violent man” is the first thing we hear Alain say, and we feel like there’s a very big “but” following that statement. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. EY & Citi On The Importance Of Resilience And Innovation, Impact 50: Investors Seeking Profit — And Pushing For Change.
In other words, it’s about a guy with a bit of a Breaking Bad arc.
Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. John Serba is a freelance writer and film critic based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. After watching Inhuman Resources, it’s fair to say 6 episode series are often the perfect length for a thriller like this.
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The absolute star of Inhuman Resources is, of course, Eric Cantona who plays the character of Alain Delambre. But, of course, nothing goes as planned, and you are left guessing what will happen next, and what will eventually be the big twist to the story. Recommended reading: Our review of Get In which is out on Netflix now >.
He asks the help of his unemployed friend, Charles (Gustave Kervern), who, luck would have it, is a computer specialist.
Well, Lacoste authored the posting, and he’s actually hoping to find someone who can pretend to be a convincing taker of hostages. Helped by some very strong performances, this series will keep you on the edge of your seat. The series has just six episodes that each have a runtime around 45-50 minutes. HALSTON. I am a film historian, interested in the history and theory of cinema, as well as the technology behind the making of films. The first three episodes of this series are very gripping. Adapted from the novel “Cadres Noires” by Pierre Lemaitre, this latest French addition to the Netflix roster offers up a fast paced and thrilling series, loosely based on true events.
... Based on the true story of Giorgio Rosa and the tiny nation he founded in 1968 off the Rimini coast, embodying a generation's dreams and aspirations. 153. While the events of this mini-series might seem crazy, they are based on real-life events to an extent you probably would never imagine. After all, Eric Cantona is sitting in a prison cell, looking like a stereotypical tough inmate, telling this story through flashbacks! The genre is Thriller, but it’s riddled with social realism drama in all the right ways.