French director Bruno Dumont will present his plans for the second season of his hybrid spoof police procedural TV series Li’l Quinquin at the European Film Market (Efm) this week (Feb 9-17). Paris-based Doc & Film International is handling sales.
Like the first series, it will be set in Dumont’s trademark setting of the Opal Coast in northern France and its surrounding countryside.
Entitled Coincoin And The Extra-humans, the drama will revisit the life of social misfit Quinquin who is now grown up and goes by the nickname of CoinCoin.
He spends his time loafing about the area and attending meetings of the Nationalist Party with his friend Fatso. His childhood sweetheart Eve has now left him for a woman
Like the previous series, it will play with the conventions of TV drama. In what appears