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15 April 2003 (Belgium) See more »
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The Dutch exotic dancer Mata Hari is accused of spying for Germany during the First World War. | Add synopsis »
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A woman spy story during World War I See more (1 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Maruschka Detmers ... Mata Hari
Bernard Giraudeau ... Le capitaine Bouchardon

Michel Aumont ... Le capitaine Ladoux

Sergio Peris-Mencheta ... Le capitaine Vadime de Masloff
Alain Mottet ... Me Clunet
Michèle Gleizer ... Soeur Léonide

Pascale Arbillot ... France Bouchardon
Christophe Kourotchkine ... Le sergent Manuel Baudoin

Jacques Dacqmine ... Le général Lyautey
Jean-François Guillet ... Le colonel Denvignes
Luc Palun ... Le commissaire Priolet

Jean Dell ... Le marquis de Margerie
Nicolas Pignon ... Le major Kalle
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bernard Chabin ... Sous-lieutenant mercier
Gwenaël Clause ... Inspecteur Hôtel (as Gwenael Clause)
Erick Desmarestz ... Procureur Mornet
Typhaine Dutartre ... Femme de chambre
Jean-François Guilliet ... Colonel Denvignes
Philippe Lamendin ... Adjudant Greffier Tribunal
Philippe Lefebvre ... Officier Rivière

Victor Loukianenko ... Maître d'hôtel
Erick Petit-Jean ... Officier Etrangers
Eric Petitjean ... Officier Bureau des étrangers
Frédéric Sauzay ... Officier Dossiers

Directed by
Alain Tasma 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Philippe Collas 

Produced by
Alain Bessaudou .... executive producer
Mag Bodard .... producer
 
Original Music by
Bruno Bontempelli 
 
Cinematography by
Roger Dorieux 
 
Film Editing by
Marie-Sophie Dubus 
 
Casting by
Philippe Page 
 
Production Design by
Emile Ghigo 
 
Costume Design by
Christine Rabot-Pinson 
 
Makeup Department
Letizia Carnevale .... key makeup artist
Jean-Claude Chicot .... key hair stylist
Françoise Fichet .... hair stylist
Maryse Félix .... makeup artist (as Maryse Maillard-Félix)
Anne Moralis .... wig maker
Marie-France Taulere .... key makeup artist
Maury Tollemer .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Dominique Belet .... unit manager
Frédéric Bruneel .... production manager
Bertrand Soupey .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Carlos Alvarez .... second assistant director
Cyrille Bray .... second assistant director
Carole Golzio .... first assistant director
Vincent Guillerminet .... trainee assistant director
 
Art Department
Marianne Arsa .... second assistant decorator
Rachid Bentaleb .... carpenter
Patrick Bossu .... carpenter
Philippe Cord'homme .... set dresser
Gaëlle Dubois .... painter
Bernard Ducrocq .... property master
Thomas Godelle .... construction coordinator
Philippe Gonzales .... painter
Emmanuel Jaffre .... carpenter
Guy-Michel Morin .... head painter
Guy Sahuc .... painter
Denis Seiglan .... second assistant art director
Annabelle Tissot .... trainee assistant art director
Christine Vincent-Genod .... assistant art director
 
Sound Department
Bernard Borel .... sound
Thomas Lefèvre .... sound editor
Ludovic Maucuit .... re-recording mixer
Philippe Penot .... foley artist
Michel Sertillanges .... boom operator
 
Special Effects by
Georges Demétrau .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Sylvain Bonis .... electrician
Caroline Corgnet .... second assistant camera
Jean-Marc Duez .... grip
Jean-Pierre Gimbert .... grip
Didier Larate .... electrician (as Didier Laratte)
Sophie Lelou .... second assistant camera: second unit (as Sophie Mollard)
Pascal Moal .... gaffer
Marc Monnaye .... electrician
Jacques Morell .... still photographer
Laurent Passera .... key grip
Philippe Ramdane .... first assistant camera
Lucie Ranc .... second assistant camera
Alexandre Ricco .... grip
Thierry Tronchet .... first assistant camera: second unit
Richard Vidal .... electrician
 
Casting Department
Jacqueline Vicaire .... extras casting
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Hang-Lan Altun .... costumer
Loïc Barnier .... wardrobe assistant
Elodie Devaux .... wardrobe assistant
Florinda Gonda .... costumer
Brigitte Massey .... costumer
Stéphane Puault .... costumer
Patricia Talandier .... key costumer
 
Editorial Department
Marie-Laurence Floc'h .... title design
Gilles Martin .... color timer
Magalie Tate .... assistant editor
 
Location Management
Frédéric Bersani .... location manager
 
Other crew
Daniel Bauer .... armorer
Pierre Chevalier .... fiction director: ARTE
Corinne Devaux .... choreographer
Perrine Fontaine .... fiction program unit: FR3
Isabelle Haspel .... production administrator
Salam Jawad .... production assistant
Loïc Lepechon .... groupman
Mireille Perbos .... production secretary
Dominique Piat .... script supervisor
Patrick Péchoux .... fiction program unit: FR3 (as Patrick Pechoux)
 

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Belgium:105 min | France:105 min
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4 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
A woman spy story during World War I, 22 April 2005
Author: htheureau from French Polynesia

A very honest historical recreation of a famous romantic episode of WWI, the trial and execution of Mata Hari, the renowned exotic dancer and adventuress, not to say high class prostitute, turned international spy. The movie focuses on the relationship between the officer in charge of the enquiry and Mata Hari herself, now a prisoner at the Hôpital St Lazare, which mostly housed "fallen women" at the time. The dialogues are taut and sharp, the ambiguities of the accused and of the prosecutor keep up the spectator's interest even if, as in Greek tragedies, we all know the ending beforehand. Bernard Giraudeau is remarkable as the prosecutor, and the final scene, in the famous moat of Vincennes, is sober and full of dignity.

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