One the things I absolutely love about today's entertainment landscape is the ability to see shows that we might never have seen given where they were made.
I've always embraced the shows that were coming across from other countries. BBC America probably started it but Netflix really pushed this effort. This continues with "Spotless" a Franco-Brit combined production that deals with a quite unusual premise but the world set up here slants everything including normally familiar relationships and consequences of those relationships.
The Premise: Jean Bastier (Marc-André Grondin) who owns a business that cleans up crime scenes, gets involved with gangsters after his shady brother Martin (Denis Ménochet) comes back into his life, forcing Jean to use his cleaning skills to eliminate evidence of crimes.
It's hard to describe this show in some senses. It's well written, acted and shot. What also works all the time are the relationships which seem both mundane and profound.