"Emotionally compelling cop dramedy is an impressive leap for filmmaker-star Maiwenn. (...) Like a whole season of The Wire packed into a single two-hour-plus film, Poliss covers much ground, and even with its loose threads and frenzied structure, it convincingly jumps from laughter to tears and back again, never losing sight of the brutal realities at its core"
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"Una mezcla creativa, a veces excesiva, pero que representa la fuerza de una película que maneja con una violencia controlada los procedimientos y la autenticidad, y que permite a su autora alcanzar un nuevo nivel de ambición cinematográfica sin negar una singularidad inflexible bien resumida por uno de los personajes: "hablaremos cuando dejes de fingir"."
"Polisse is often stirring and never dull: if it plays like a little like the front-loaded pilot for an HBO-style cop saga (let’s call it “Hill Street Bleu”), I’d watch the hell out of the full series."
"When the film is true to itself it works wonderfully. It's refreshing to see a movie where cops actually laugh at the absurdity of stuff they have to deal with." But "details and honesty are only half a film that is largely one note and runs completely out of steam with still thirty minutes left to go."
"It should flourish in France, where it is released in October, not least thanks to an illustrious cast. Abroad, its profile should be aided by superficial affinities to recent, very different successes A Prophet (which generally boosted the cachet of the realist French policier) and Laurent Cantet's The Class, with which it shares its loose structure and quasi-documentary behind-the-scenes feel"