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Compare the [[Film/ArseneLupin1932 1932 Hollywoodian film of the same name]] with Creator/JohnBarrymore as Lupin.

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Compare the [[Film/ArseneLupin1932 1932 Hollywoodian film of the same name]] with Creator/JohnBarrymore as Lupin.name]].


The film does its best to incorporate a lot of Lupin lore, despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the literary canon to weave into its focused narrative.

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The film does its best to [[AdaptationAmalgamation incorporate a lot of Lupin lore, lore]], despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the literary canon to weave into its focused narrative.



* AdaptationCombination: Includes elements from stories "The Arrest of Arsène Lupin", "The Queen's Necklace", "Sherlock Holmes Arrives Too Late", and novels ''813'' and ''The Countess of Cagliostro''.

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* AdaptationCombination: AdaptationAmalgamation: Includes elements from stories "The Arrest of Arsène Lupin", "The Queen's Necklace", "Sherlock Holmes Arrives Too Late", and novels ''813'' and ''The Countess of Cagliostro''.

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* CostumePorn: Costume Designer Pierre-Jean Larroque created about five hundred different costumes, including twenty for Romain Duris and eighteen for Kristin Scott Thomas. He took his inspiration from RealLife historical figures such as the Countess of Greffuhle, Luisa Casati and Countess Virginia Oldoini of Castiglione.


''Arsène Lupin'' is a 2004 crime thriller film and an adaptation of the classic ''Literature/ArseneLupin'' stories. Like the stories, Lupin is also a part-time vigilante. The film does its best to incorporate a lot of Lupin lore, despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the literary canon to weave into its focused narrative.

This narrative is basically the life of Lupin, with the action coming from a plot some may mistake for ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''. Like many modern French films, it was a co-production with the rest of Western Europe (Spain, Italy, UK).

It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Creator/KristinScottThomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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''Arsène Lupin'' is a 2004 crime thriller film and an adaptation of the classic ''Literature/ArseneLupin'' stories. Like the stories, It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Creator/KristinScottThomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

The film follows GentlemanThief Arsène
Lupin from a small boy, through the death of his father, and his adult years when he meets a strange woman, Joséphine, who appears to be immortal and uses a hypnotic drug to enslave people to her will. Arsène's ethos is also to steal from the rich and deserving crooks. He comes up against two parties, a part-time vigilante. secret society and Joséphine herself, who are intent on gathering three crucifixes which will reveal the secret of a lost treasure.

The film does its best to incorporate a lot of Lupin lore, despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the literary canon to weave into its focused narrative.

This narrative is basically the life of Lupin, with the action coming from a plot some may mistake for ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''. Like many modern French films, it was a co-production with the rest of Western Europe (Spain, Italy, UK).

It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Creator/KristinScottThomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.
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A 2004 film adaptation of the classic ''Literature/ArseneLupin'' stories, it was an action-packed crime thriller that, like the books, glorified thievery if you were well-spoken and chivalrous. Like the stories, Lupin is also a part-time vigilante. The film does its best to incorporate a lot of Lupin stories, despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the collection to weave into its focused narrative.

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A ''Arsène Lupin'' is a 2004 crime thriller film and an adaptation of the classic ''Literature/ArseneLupin'' stories, it was an action-packed crime thriller that, like the books, glorified thievery if you were well-spoken and chivalrous.stories. Like the stories, Lupin is also a part-time vigilante. The film does its best to incorporate a lot of Lupin stories, lore, despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the collection literary canon to weave into its focused narrative.


Compare 1932 Hollywood version ''Film/{{Arsene Lupin|1932}}'' with Creator/JohnBarrymore as Lupin.

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Compare the [[Film/ArseneLupin1932 1932 Hollywood version ''Film/{{Arsene Lupin|1932}}'' Hollywoodian film of the same name]] with Creator/JohnBarrymore as Lupin.
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It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Kristin Scott Thomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Kristin Scott Thomas Creator/KristinScottThomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.


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It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Romain Duris as Lupin, Kristin Scott Thomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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It was directed by Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Romain Duris Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Kristin Scott Thomas as Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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Compare 1932 Hollywood version ''Film/{{Arsene Lupin|1932}}'' with Creator/JohnBarrymore as Lupin.


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It was directed by Creator/JeanPaulSalome and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Creator/KristinScottThomas as Josephine, Creator/PascalGreggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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It was directed by Creator/JeanPaulSalome Jean-Paul Salomé and stars Creator/RomainDuris Romain Duris as Lupin, Creator/KristinScottThomas Kristin Scott Thomas as Josephine, Creator/PascalGreggory Joséphine, Pascal Greggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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* FemmeFatale: Josephine.

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A 2004 film adaptation of the classic ''Literature/ArseneLupin'' stories, it was an action-packed crime thriller that, like the books, glorified thievery if you were well-spoken and chivalrous. Like the stories, Lupin is also a part-time vigilante. The film does its best to incorporate a lot of Lupin stories, despite there being enough for a saga-with-the-final-movie-in-two-parts, but in a way where it steals bits and pieces of important plots from across the collection to weave into its focused narrative.

This narrative is basically the life of Lupin, with the action coming from a plot some may mistake for ''Literature/TheDaVinciCode''. Like many modern French films, it was a co-production with the rest of Western Europe (Spain, Italy, UK).

It was directed by Creator/JeanPaulSalome and stars Creator/RomainDuris as Lupin, Creator/KristinScottThomas as Josephine, Creator/PascalGreggory as Beaumagnan, and Creator/EvaGreen as Clarisse de Dreux-Soubise.

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* AdaptationCombination: Includes elements from stories "The Arrest of Arsène Lupin", "The Queen's Necklace", "Sherlock Holmes Arrives Too Late", and novels ''813'' and ''The Countess of Cagliostro''.
* DisappearedDad: In the movie, Lupin deals with the death of his father as a young man.
* GentlemanThief: Lupin, who is still the trope codifier.
* LovableRogue: Lupin as a young adult.

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