So you get bored District 31 After Thursday? Me too.
I miss Daniel Chiasson’s brutal character, Jean Brier’s stupidity, Florence Gindon’s determination, Ryan Robin’s crooked smile, Da-Xia Bernard’s reporter, and so on.
But there is one thing I do not miss: it’s crying District 31This or that minority are outraged because they are not represented at will.
Healy, this is fiction, not documentary!
In a completely delusional letter published in Destiny Last week, a retired lawyer wrote that “in stories told by author Luke Dion, women very often tell mania, silly or lies”.
Oops, because that show shows … criminals. Not the most balanced or truth-loving people on earth.
Do criminals need to be perfect and idealistic every time they become criminals?
Lawyer criticized Dion for thinking it was a “macho treatment for specific situations.” This series is full of strong women with foreheads around their head from Nadine Legrand to Sonia Blanchard!
Lieutenant Melanie Charon (played by Eve Laundry) is not exactly insane!
I laughed a lot listening Everyone talks about it On Sunday, Luc Dionne called the letter “a small suit for those who do not have microphones.” Hahaha, I felt better!
This phenomenon of “their little suit without microphones”, we already know in 2018 District 31 Described a honor killing.
Dion expressed lasting anger that he was expressing prejudices about Muslims. Oops come on! When it is known that the Shafia sisters died of honor killing in Canada, should we not explain these kinds of crimes?
Here is what Luke Dion wrote in response to the criticism at the time: “Criminals and innocents have no race or color. They are white, black, Asian, Russian, Lebanese, Italian, Canadian, Cuban … they are Catholics, Christians, Protestants, Muslims, Buddhists, atheists … they are also Catholic priests (yes … they are too)!
I wrote about the Italian Mafia without ever believing that all Italians are Mafia. I accidentally wrote about street gangs that all blacks are criminals. I accidentally wrote about Latinos that all South Americans are bandits. ⁇
And there you go! Very well said!
Of course, this is required before each episode District 31, Issue a warning: “Be careful, you’re going to see a series of fictional stories with characters invented from the beginning who are not representatives of their community. The series takes place at the police station, where you see people committing crimes. We & # 39; d like to warn you about this. “
- Listen to Sophie Durocher’s column on QUB Radio:
The heart behind the uniform
One thing that sticks in my mind when I think about it District 31, The vulnerability of Bruno Gagne’s character. I remember for a long time the face of Michelle Chart crying with tears or despair …
“Not all police officers are bastards,” he said.