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CBC-TV Presents the Two-Hour Crime Mystery Still Life: A Three Pines Mystery, Based on the International Best-Selling Novel by Louise Penny

STILL LIFE: A THREE PINES MYSTERY airs Sunday, September 15 at 8 p.m. ET (8:30 NT) on CBC Television

CBC Television presents the engaging two-hour crime mystery of murder in a small town with the all-new made for television film STILL LIFE: A THREE PINES MYSTERY, airing Sunday, September 15 at 8 p.m. ET (8:30 NT).  Based on Canadian author Louise Penny's international best-selling novel, STILL LIFE focuses on a picturesque small town that becomes unraveled after a beloved community member is found dead and the investigation into her death reveals layers of deceit, rage and long-simmering resentment. 

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Nestled in Quebec's beautiful Eastern Townships, the village of Three Pines basks in the tranquil glory of its autumn colours, sitting as a quiet refuge from fast-paced city life.  But the blazing woods conceal a dark secret, as the lifeless body of much-loved school teacher Jane Neal is discovered, with an arrow shot straight through her heart, leaving the community to wonder - was this a tragic hunting accident or a devious murder?

Now, it's up to the town's charismatic Chief Inspector Armand Gamache (Nathaniel Parker) and his team of officers to unearth what happened.  As they begin to sift through evidence they discover a host of clandestine personalities in the seemingly placid town and uncover deep seeded betrayal and bitterness running through the quiet village.

STILL LIFE stars Nathaniel Parker as "Chief Inspector Armand Gamache",  Anthony Lemke as  "Inspector Jean-Guy Beauvoir",  Kate Hewlett as "Clara Morrow" and Gabriel Hogan as "Peter Morrow". 

STILL LIFE is produced by PDM Entertainment and Attraction Images, in association with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and with the participation of the Canadian Media Fund, and distributed in the U.S. and internationally by Content Media Corporation.


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