Lupin season 2 review roundup: Omar Sy’s suave thief scores 100% on Rotten Tomatoes


The first critiques for the second season of Netflix’s French mystery-thriller Lupin have begun to trickle in. So far, after six critiques, the sequence, which debuted its sophomore version on Friday, has scored an ideal 100 per cent on review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes.

Created by George Kay and François Uzan, the present stars Omar Sy because the son of an immigrant from Senegal and knowledgeable thief known as Assane Diop. His father was framed for the theft of a diamond necklace and hanged himself in jail. Assane vows revenge in opposition to these accountable.

The Observer’s Brandon Katz wrote in his review, “Lupin represents the type of broad appeal story with swagger that broadcast would kill for.”

Financial Times’ Suzi Feay stated, Mamadou Haidara, so touching and mischievous as younger Assane, offers an exquisite sense of attributes in embryo kind, to be absolutely developed within the magnificently mountainous type of Omar Sy, who performs the grownup model.”

The Hollywood Reporter’s Dan Fienberg opined, (*2*)

Radio Times’ Michael Hogan stated, “With its cinematic gloss and addictive thriller appeal, Lupin is the blockbuster addition to the cross-Channel canon. Think Ocean’s Eleven meets Robin Hood. Luther with a raised eyebrow and a nicer coat.”

Ready Steady Cut’s stated that whereas the second season is extra of the identical “the only difference is that season 2 feels more personal, which works in the story’s favour.”


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