OSS 117: Lost in Rio (2009)

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Another mission of world-known French secret agent leads him to exotic Brazil.


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6 January 2013 | lee_eisenberg
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| one year after the star and director became well known in the US
In late 2011, "The Artist" got released. It went on to win Best Picture (only the second silent movie to do so), as well as Best Actor and Best Director. Prior to its release, I had never heard of Michel Hazanavicius or Jean Dujardin. Right after I saw "The Artist", I saw an earlier collaboration of theirs: "OSS 117: Cairo, Nest of Spies".

"OSS 117: Rio ne répond plus" ("Lost in Rio" in English) is the sequel to that movie. It's a litany of silly fun as Dujardin's suave spy gets sent to the Brazilian metropolis to find a Nazi fugitive. The movie finds time to make fun of stereotypes, namely the chauvinistic Frenchman and the ugly American. There are a few incongruous aspects, but this sort of movie is all about blatantly silly fun, and it's very much a good time, as was "Nest of Spies". As for "The Artist", its win combined with the Oscars won by "Hugo" have hopefully put the "freedom fries" attitude to rest forever.

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Release Date:

15 April 2009

Language

French, English, Hebrew, Portuguese


Country of Origin

France

Filming Locations

Paris, France

Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$10,243 9 May 2010

Gross USA:

$89,375

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$21,924,245

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