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OSS 117: Lost in Rio ()

OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus (original title)
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Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, is the French spy considered by his superiors to be the best in the business. The year is 1967 - he's been sent on a mission to Rio de Janeiro, to... See more »

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OSS 117
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Dolorès Koulechov
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Von Zimmel
Alex Lutz ...
Heinrich
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Carlotta
Pierre Bellemare ...
Lesignac
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Trumendous
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Staman
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Kutner
Cirillo Luna ...
Hippie ''pomme d'amour''
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La comtesse
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Fayolle
Philippe Hérisson ...
Mayeux (as Philippe Herisson)
Nicky Marbot ...
Castaing
Christelle Cornil ...
Mlle Ledentu
Jean-Marie Paris ...
Zantrax
Alexandre Porfirio ...
Zantrax
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Blue Devil
Alexandre Goncalves ...
Blue Devil
Adriana Salles ...
L'infirmière (as Adriana Sallès)
Joseph Chanet ...
Chinois CIA
Patrick Vo ...
Chinois pilote
Pascal Parmentier ...
Allemand 1
Franck Beckmann ...
Allemand 2
Jean-Claude Tran ...
Chinois hôtel 1
Bing Yin ...
Chinois hôtel 2 (as Yin Bing)
Chao Chen ...
Chinois taxi
Gérald Nguyen Ngoc ...
Chinois chalet 1
Chen Yi-Rhe ...
Chinois chalet 2 (as Yi-Rhe Chen)
Sabrine Vin ...
Jeune fille hippie ''LSD''
Alvaro Correia ...
Hippie 'pas en vacances'
Emmanuel Pasqualini ...
Employé ambassade RFA
Sébastien Mingam ...
Employé silencieux ambassade RFA
Jean-Louis Barcelona ...
Pichard espion français
Gérard Couchet ...
Ministre élyséen
Donna Flandrin ...
La femme du militaire Washington
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Militaire israélien
Olé Erdmann ...
Crooner allemand (as Ole Erdmann)
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Le chef d'orchestre
Arthur Bispo Coutinho ...
Petit garçon Favela
Naiara Amorim Da Silva ...
Petite fille Favela
Yoda Bono ...
La chatte qui fait du bruit
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Oiseau devant (archiveFootage) (as Horst Tapper)
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Oiseau derrière (archiveFootage)
Laurent Larrieu ...
Homme de main Von Zimmel
Robert Hoehn ...
Homme de main Von Zimmel
Grégory Loffredo ...
Homme de main Von Zimmel
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Homme de main Von Zimmel

Directed by

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Michel Hazanavicius

Written by

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Jean Bruce ... (character)
 
Jean-François Halin ... (screenplay)
 
Michel Hazanavicius ... (screenplay)

Produced by

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Eric Altmayer ... producer
Nicolas Altmayer ... producer
Clara Machado ... producer

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Ludovic Bource

Cinematography by

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Guillaume Schiffman

Film Editing by

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Reynald Bertrand

Editorial Department

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Miguel Bejo ... telecine dailies colorist
Nicolas Criqui ... second assistant editor
Aude Humblet ... colorist
Frederic Jupin ... digital conformation
Magali Magnan ... assistant editor
Philippe Tourret ... post-production coordinator

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Stéphane Touitou

Production Design by

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Maamar Ech-Cheikh

Set Decoration by

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Jimena Esteve

Costume Design by

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Charlotte David

Makeup Department

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Frédérique Arguello ... hair stylist
Anna Van Steen ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Kader Bouallaga ... assistant unit manager
Fernanda Chasim ... assistant unit manager
Daniel Chevalier ... production manager
Patricia Colombat ... post-production supervisor
Cindy Duarte ... second unit manager
Benjamin Hess ... unit production manager
Sarah Leres ... unit manager
François Pascaud ... unit production manager
Marc-Etienne Schwartz ... assistant production manager
Anaïs Subra ... assistant unit manager
Audrey Thiery ... assistant unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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James Canal ... first assistant director
Pascal Deux ... second unit director
Helen Dias ... second assistant director
Armel Gourvennec ... second assistant director
Dan Hassan ... third assistant director
Mathieu Howlett ... first assistant director: second unit
Marie Legendre ... third assistant director
Clara Linhart ... first assistant director
Tatiana Maciel ... first assistant director: second unit
Stéphanie Seilhean ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Louis Boulenouar ... assistant decorator
Joelle Boutillier ... sculptor
Pierre-Emmanuel Chatiliez ... illustrator
Maria Cordeiro ... painter
Pauline Faisant ... assistant art director
Jacques Fresnel ... painter
Denis Gautelier ... props buyer
Gilles Graziano ... computer graphic designer
Mozart Guerra ... sculptor
Yvan Hart ... head plasterer
Virginie Hernvann ... assistant art director
Alain Le Mee ... carpenter
Luc Lelong ... sculptor
Tatiana Netchaeff ... painter
Renata Otomura ... art
Bruno Perdrigeat ... art department clearances
Helcio Pugliese ... set designer
Jean-Baptiste Rodet ... constuction buyer
Emmanuelle Roy ... assistant art director
Najib Sobhi ... painter
Julien Tesseraud ... art department
Sandra Valentini ... painter
Eugênia Maakaroun ... assistant art director (uncredited)
Cédric Maserati ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Nicolas Bouvet ... assistant sound editor
Gérard Lamps ... re-recording mixer
Marion Lorthioir ... post-synchronisation
Armelle Mahé ... sound mixer
Vincent Montrobert ... dialogue editor
Nadine Muse ... sound editor
Simon Poupard ... assistant foley recordist
Didier Saïn ... sound
Damien Tronchot ... assistant foley recordist

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Grégoire Delage ... special effects coordinator
Georges Demétrau ... special effecs supervisor
Sergio Farjalla Jr. ... pyrotechnician
Pascal Fauvelle ... special effects technician
Sara Helmlinger ... special effects technician
Charles-Axel Vollard ... special effects technician

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Philippe Aubry ... lead Flame artist / visual effects supervisor
Seif Boutella ... visual effects artist
Laurent Brett ... split screens designer / titles designer
Jimmy Cavé ... computer graphics artist
Marc-Thomas Cavé ... computer graphics artist
Sébastien Fauchère ... digital compositor
Stephane Lesmond ... visual effects video assist:
Arnaud Leviez ... computer graphics supervisor / digital compositor
Thomas Marque ... digital effects artist
Vion Nicolas ... visual effects

Stunts

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Marc Bizet ... stunts
Stéphane Boulay ... stunt driver
Thong Bui ... stunts
Maurice Chan ... stunts
Alain Grellier ... stunt double
David Grolleau ... stunts
Pascal Guégan ... stunts
Philippe Guégan ... stunt coordinator
Christian Hening ... stunts
Marc Hoang ... stunts
Laurent Larrieu ... stunts
Monia Moula ... stunts
Alice Naigeon ... stunt double
Cecilia Ngo ... stunts
Christophe Roblin ... stunt driver
Thierry Saelens ... stunt double
Astou Vedel ... stunt double: Louise Monot

Camera and Electrical Department

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Sylvain Bardoux ... grip
Simon Bérard ... gaffer
David Ciccodicola ... second assistant camera
Arnaud Gabriel ... assistant camera
Guillaume Genini ... focus puller
Luz Guerra ... first assistant camera / second assistant camera
Hans Krumenacker ... electrician
Emilie de la Hosseraye ... still photographer
José Eduardo Limongi ... video assist operator
Loïc Limosin ... best boy electric
Denis Louis ... additional camera operator
François Perrault-Alix ... grip
Honoré Soubrie ... grip
Paulo Souza ... gaffer: Brazil
Gisele Tolomelli ... DOP translator / assistant camera
Leo Vasconcellos ... assistant camera (as Leonardo Vasconcellos)
Benjamin Vial ... grip

Casting Department

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David Bertrand ... extras casting

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Nathalie Chesnais ... costume supervisor
Gabriela Clark ... wardrobe assistant
Julie Marteau ... costumer
Bia Salgado ... key costumer
Rita Dias Viana ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Arnaud Boussac ... assistant location manager
Rob Darwin ... location manager
Eric Lecuyer ... location scout
Fabien Pondevaux ... location scout
Kleber Souza ... location manager

Music Department

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Rémi Barbot ... music assistant
Gerard Carucci ... musician: percussion
Orchestre Colonne ... music performed by
David Corcos ... musician: guitar
Jay-Alan Miller ... orchestrator
Laurent Petitgirard ... conductor
Nelson Veras ... musician: guitar

Other crew

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Anthony Cauchy ... business affairs manager: M6 Films
Ghislaine Cauet-Martinotto ... production coordinator
Ninon de la Hosseraye ... painter
Corinne Devaux ... choreographer
David Julienne ... armorer
Dominique Julienne ... armorer
Marc Leroyer ... armorer / weapons coordinator
Emile Ploix ... assistant production accountant
Pauline Pésery ... production assistant
Isabelle Ribis ... script supervisor
Jaime A. Schwartz ... executive producer: play

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Plot Summary

Hubert Bonisseur de la Bath, aka OSS 117, is the French spy considered by his superiors to be the best in the business. The year is 1967 - he's been sent on a mission to Rio de Janeiro, to find a former high-ranking Nazi who went into exile in South America after the war. His eventful investigation takes him all across Brazil, from Rio to Brasilia and the Iguazu Falls, accompanied by a charming Mossad agent who is also looking for the Nazi. The man is charming, and so is the young woman. Set to the strains of bossa nova, their tale is by turns an adventure and a love story. Written by The Film Catalogue

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Taglines The Pride of French Intelligence Returns See more »
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Also Known As
  • OSS 117: Lost in Rio (United States)
  • OSS 117: Lost in Rio (World-wide, English title)
  • OSS 117 - Er selbst ist sich genug (Germany)
  • OSS 117, perdido en Río... (Spain)
  • OSS 117: Lost in Rio (Australia)
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Runtime
  • 101 min
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Trivia The American Matt Helm spy spoof series of four films is given a nod with the similar art and set direction seen in the furniture set around the swimming pool together with the use of featured songs sung by Dean Martin. See more »
Goofs During the beach scene with the hippies, Minnie Ripperton's "Lovin' You" is playing. The movie is set in 1967. "Lovin' You" was not recorded until 1974. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in Awards Special 2012 (2012). See more »
Soundtracks The Girl from Ipanema See more »
Crazy Credits There is a montage of (poor quality) travel snaps from OSS117's camera, as well as a short film clip of the duck-shaped pedal boat, being pedalled by OSS117, in Rio. See more »
Quotes Dolorès Koulechov: Life here isn't easy for everyone, as in most dictatorships.
OSS 117: Dictatorships! Listen to you. You're sweet, but spare me your politics. You know what a dictatorship is? People are communists. They're cold, with gray hats and boots with zippers. That's a dictatorship.
Dolorès Koulechov: What do you call a country with a military leader, secret police, one TV station, and censorship?
OSS 117: I call that France, Miss. Not any France: De Gaulle's France.
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