Episode: E137: “Film Fatale” - Sophie Toscan du Plantier


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E137: “Film Fatale” - Sophie Toscan du Plantier

In the idyllic sleepy town of Schull, Ireland, Sophie Toscan du Plantier, was brutally murdered just before Christmas in 1996. The celebrated documentary producer was beaten to death outside of her holiday home. The town’s first murder in 71 years would divide the normally tight-knit community and leave her family questioning the motives for this tragic murder.

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