Mata Hari, agent H21

Synopsis: The Dutch exotic dancer Mata Hari is accused of spying for Germany during the First World War.
 
IMDB:
6.5
Year:
1964
98 min
6 Views

Who lives in Paris becomes

more French than the French.

Mother, introduce me.

My son, Absalon.

My little devil.

My regards, Madam.

A glass of champagne?

Yes, please.

Your son is very handsome.

Hello, Ernestine.

Thank you for the tickets.

You were wonderful.

- My fianc adores you.

- How nice.

I was saying yesterday,

Mr. Administrator...

only bankruptcy can save

The Comdie Franaise.

You all know Pilatre,

the famous actor.

I'm sick of the theater.

Sick of it.

But the theater is not sick of Pilatre.

It's you!

I recognized your photo

in the papers.

Remember me? Arthur.

We met in Amsterdam.

- I've never been there.

- But...

Try that ruse

on some other woman.

Unbelievable!

It was absolutely tragic!

- My cousin at Land's End...

- Tiffany?

All I ask from life

is a little happiness.

She's very hurtful.

He gets letters of recommendation

by the hundreds.

Lassalle, introduce me...

- It's Mata Hari!

- Where?

Introduce me to that blond.

- She dances at The Alcazar.

- Have you been there?

- Have you seen my lovely necklace?

- You wear it well.

But it was carefully chosen.

- Always proud of yourself.

- Why shouldn't I be?

The same shop has earrings

that would match perfectly.

The necklace would be pleased.

But there's no hurry.

Not at all.

You're nervous tonight.

Aren't you?

Not really.

Leave me alone, Gaston.

- Tell me, dear...

- Yes?

See that very beautiful woman?

Yes. She's not bad.

That's Hortense de Montferrand,

the fiance of Captain Lassalle,

the man next to her.

I see.

I'm locked in.

Let me out!

- Someone is locked in.

- Who?

Miss de Montferrand.

Let's go, Julien!

I don't know what to say.

Don't say anything.

Just tell me if you're happy here,

with me... at this moment.

I am.

I've often wondered

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Jean-Louis Richard

Jean-Louis Richard (17 May 1927 – 3 June 2012) was a French actor, film director and scriptwriter. more…

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