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It’s the story of a woman who kills her lover and cuts him up into pieces, the story of a manipulative, provocative and fascinating women, who haunts—many years after her trail—the memory of a judge.
At age 61, more than twenty years after the crime, the judge, who was a young magistrate at the time, revisits the unbelievable case and reveals—through his memories—professional misconduct caused by love. Just an inadvertent mistake…
Denis Robert draws from the true story of Simone Weber. Charged with the murder of her lover in 1991, she was at the heart of an unbelievable court case which fascinated France, and which Denis Robert covered as a journalist for Liberation.