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Mata Hari, Agent H21

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Mata Hari, Agent H21
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Directed byJean-Louis Richard
Written by
Produced byEugène Lépicier
CinematographyMichel Kelber 
Edited byKenout Peltier
Music byGeorges Delerue 
Release date
29 January 1965 (France)
Running time
98 minutes
Box office1,364,543 admissions (France)[1]

Mata Hari, Agent H21 (Italian:Mata-Hari, agente segreto H21) is a 1964 French-Italian spy film directed by Jean-Louis Richard and starring Jeanne Moreau, Jean-Louis Trintignant and Claude Rich.[2] It portrays the activities of the First World War spy Mata Hari. Costumes by Pierre Cardin.


In Paris during the First World War, an exotic dancer called Mata Hari moves in the best circles and has affairs with influential men. In fact she is Grietje Zelle from the neutral Netherlands and spies for Germany. At a party she lures Captain François Lasalle, a French army officer, back to her apartment. Once he is asleep, her contact photographs key documents from his briefcase.

In their night together, François and Greitje have fallen in love. He wants to marry her, but she cannot break her contract with the Germans. When he goes back to the front, her contact gives her a new mission. She has to get into the office of another officer, Colonel Pelletier, and steal the plans of the ammunition depot he commands. After achieving this, with the help of her chauffeur Julien who is also in the pay of the Germans, she escapes into neutral Spain.

When German agents succeed in blowing up the depot, Greitje is offered a ticket to anywhere in the world. She nonplusses her handlers by saying she wants to go back to France, so they arrange for her payoff to be at a bank in Paris. In fact she wants to rejoin François, who she finds at the front. While they are making love in an abandoned building, it is infiltrated by a German patrol. François is killed, but she escapes. Making her way to Paris, she is arrested as she leaves the bank and, after a court martial, shot. Nobody claims her body.


See also



  • Craig, John S. Peculiar Liaisons: In War, Espionage, and Terrorism in the Twentieth Century. Algora Publishing, 2005.

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