Who is Demian

His friends

His friends

From enigmatic Tristan to motherly Viviane, from Gaston the smuggler to his daughter, Police Officer Marie…

Gaston Velasco a great guy, though rowdy and given to swashbuckling fisticuffs, and a real ladykiller, Gaston is a smuggler of Franco-Spanish origin with his own most singular moral code. On board his motorboat “Requin” (which has a souped-up engine), he can race around more or less the whole of the Mediterranean, eluding any of the police boats that are out on patrol. His attitude as an “old-style” tough dude often sets him at odds with Marseilles organized crime, landing him in big trouble

Marie Velasco she’s Gaston’s daughter, and in open opposition to her father’s wild lifestyle she has enlisted in the Marseilles police department and she’s risen to the rank of inspector. Although disapproving of her father’s way of life, she often ends up helping him, at times covering up for some misdeed of his (when he’s only dabbling in small-time crime, of course). But this doesn’t prevent the pair from getting into furious arguments. Marie has known Demian since she was a young girl, and she’s rumored to have a soft spot for the blonde chevalier with lavender-colored eyes…
 
Edmond and Viviane Colbert: Edmond likes painting and playing chess and he never misses an opportunity to launch himself deep into a game with anyone who allows themself to be persuaded to challenge him. He and his partner, Viviane, run a small open-air eatery, not far from the old lighthouse Demian lives in: it’s actually named after the lighthouse, “Gardien Du Phare”. It has just a few tables for people who come in to eat, and a panoramic terrace that overlooks the sea – the ideal place to savor the delights of the culinary delicacies prepared by Viviane, who’s not only a wonderful cook but also, when she’s in the mood to get her tarot cards out, an inspired fortune-teller. The bond between Colbert and Demian began ten years ago, when the two of them found a blond-haired kid come from the sea who was most clearly in need of help…
 
Tristan, elegant in his manner of dress and demeanor, his gaze intense yet distant, he is a man who believes that life can hold no further surprises for him. Mysteriously linked to our hero’s past, Tristan acts as a sort of intermediary liaising between the more or less secret machinations of the "Fraternité" and Demian himself. He benefits from covert support in political circles you would never suspect of any unconfessable leanings, as well as in the secret services, and he has very few qualms about using these connections to help Demian, but also to get our hero involved, whether he wants to be or not, in the most desperate undertakings.