Royal Survey. The story begins with a tale passed down orally by an old couple Stéphane Lavoué met twenty years ago in Vermont, USA. The “North-East Kingdom” is a territory the size of a French “département,” population 5000, situated on the Canadian border. The land is isolated. The houses look like something out of Twin Peaks's by David Lynch.
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