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Titel Arsen Lupin - Der König unter den Dieben
Originaltitel: Arsène Lupin
Genre: Actionsfilm
Directed: Jean-Paul Salomé
Besetzung: Romain Duris, Kristin Scott Thomas, Pascal Greggory, Eva Green, Robin Renucci, Patrick Toomey, Mathieu Carrière
Kommentar: nach dem Roman "Die Gräfin von Cagliostro oder die Jugend des Arsène Lupin" von Maurice Leblanc Eine angehende junge Schauspielerin simuliert im Zug einen Grand mal-Anfall, damit Lupin ungestört eines der Kreuze rauben kann. Information aus: Collado-Vazquez. et. al. Rev Neurol 2012, 55 (7), 431-442 "Continuing the tradition of looking at some of the cinematic and literary characters who have provided the template for modern spy stories, today we look at Arsène Lupin. Lupin could be considered the French equivalent of The Saint — having said that, Lupin was actually created before The Saint. Both characters are criminals, but the victims of their crimes are typically criminals who operate above the law. Lupin has been around since the beginning of the last century and appeared in a myriad of books, films, comic and television productions. Here’s what the knowledgeable contributors to Wikipedia say about the character Arsène Lupin: Arsène Lupin is a fictional character who appears in a book series of detective fiction / crime fiction novels written by French writer Maurice Leblanc, as well as a number of non-canonical sequels and numerous film, television [shows] such as Night Hood, stage play and comic book adaptations. A Spanish comic book adaptation A contemporary of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Maurice Leblanc (1864-1941) was the creator of the character of gentleman thief Arsène Lupin who, in Francophone countries, has enjoyed a popularity as long-lasting and considerable as Sherlock Holmes in the English-speaking world. There are twenty volumes in the Arsène Lupin series written by Leblanc himself, plus five authorized sequels written by the celebrated mystery writing team of Boileau-Narcejac, as well as various pastiches. The character of Lupin was first introduced in a series of short stories serialized in the magazine Je Sais Tout, starting in No. 6, dated 15 July 1905. He was originally called Arsène Lopin, until a local politician of the same name protested, resulting in the name change." http://permissiontokill.com/blog/2010/05/05/arsene-lupin-2004/
Jahr: 2004
Veröffentlicht: 00.00.0000
Land: Frankreich

1882 findet man eine zerschmetterte Leiche mit dem Ring des Diebes Théophraste Lupins am Finger. Sein Sohn Arsène entwickelt sich zum Meisterdieb. Er raubt im Dienst der mysteriösen Gräfin Joséphine eine Reihe goldener Kreuze. Seine wahre Liebe ist Clarisse, die ermordet wird. Lupin nimmt darauf sein Vagabundenleben wieder auf.

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