Based on true events and adapted from a bestselling book, Laetitia is a six-part limited drama series directed by Academy Award-winning director Jean-Xavier de Lestrade that chronicles the disappearance of a teenaged girl in western France—and how a single act of violence impacted an entire country.

When Laetitia's upturned scooter is found outside her home early one morning, police quickly mount a search for her body and interrogate a defiant prime suspect with a history of entanglements with the law. Left to reconstruct the teenager's final hours for answers, investigators clue in on the deeply troubling details of Laetitia and her twin sister Jessica's upbringing, resulting in a highly polarizing and sensational case that casts a sharp eye on the country's legal system.

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As Laetitia’s case draws to a close, Jessica confronts her birth and adoptive parents for her own peace.​


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