Noir

Season 1 Episode 5

Les Soldats

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Aired Friday 1:20 AM May 04, 2001 on
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Having asked her old friend Vanel to find information on the people who are trying to kill Noir, Mireille is shocked to discover that whatever he has uncovered has cost the lives of him and his entire family. Realising that Vanel must have been onto something important, Mireille begins her own investigation to find out the secret that cost her friend his life.moreless

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  • Excellent on all fronts: From a brief scavenger hunt to a stunning revelation!

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    This is the episode I've been waiting for! Finally, a shocking revelation into the identity of the group after Mirielle and Kirika. Although not much has been said, they finally have a name to build a case on: Les Soldats. This was a terrific episode, with just the right mixture of action and character development. This series just keeps getting better and better with each episode.

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    • Mireille: I will open this door to the past. I swear I will.

    • Mireille: "The man within the man. The love within the love. The sin within the sin. The hermit told unto the sinner - the Soldats is with truth." The Soldats - so that's the name of our enemy.

    • Soldats Assassin: Who are they? Wouldn't you like to know? They're everywhere, an absolute presence. Only a handful even know they exist. But I know the truth - shoot me, and your key is gone.

    • Mireille: I thought you'd be here.
      Soldats assassin: What?
      Mireille: I knew that I was being followed. I knew that you were after that.
      (Kirika shoots the assassin's hand.)
      But what we're after is you.

    • Mireille: Noir. I'd heard that name before. It's one of the oldest designations in our line of work. And yet, no one knows its origins. It's like a puzzle made up of odd-shaped pieces. There's the piece they call Noir; you're another - and then there's one more...

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