The Trawler and the Seagulls

The Eric Cantona-starring drama Inhuman Resources is an improbable but involving thriller about a worker thrown on the scrapheap who becomes a heroic supervillain — a character that resonates with recent populist insurgencies of right and left.

Netflix’s Inhuman Resources stands out from the welter of binge-worthy streaming series that have jostled for attention during lockdown for two main reasons. The first is its themes: the ongoing attrition of the French post-war political bargain, the unprecedented extent — at least in recent French history — of popular dissent, and the role of […]

Sorry, but this article is available to subscribers only. Please log in or become a subscriber.

{{ login_error }}
Forgot Password Icon Forgot your password?