Lupin (French TV series)
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|Based on||Arsène Lupin|
by Maurice Leblanc
|Country of origin||France|
|No. of seasons||1 (2 parts)[a]|
|No. of episodes||10 (list of episodes)|
|Running time||40–52 minutes|
|Production company||Gaumont Television|
|Picture format||4K (UHDTV)|
|Audio format||5.1 surround sound|
|Original release||8 January 2021 –|
Lupin is a French mystery thriller streaming television series created by George Kay and François Uzan that premiered on Netflix on 8 January 2021. The series consists of ten episodes, with the first five released in January 2021 and the remainder on 11 June 2021. Netflix has renewed Lupin for a third part.
The show stars Omar Sy in the role of Assane Diop, a man who is inspired by the adventures of master thief Arsène Lupin, a character created by Maurice Leblanc in the early 1900s. The first part, consisting of five episodes, is subtitled Dans l'ombre d'Arsène (In the Shadow of Arsène), referring to the primary character's inspiration. The series was watched by 70 million households during its first month, becoming the most-watched non-English series on Netflix at the time.
The story follows professional thief Assane Diop, the only son of an immigrant from Senegal who had come to France to seek a better life for his child. Assane's father is framed for the theft of an expensive diamond necklace by his employer, the wealthy and powerful Hubert Pellegrini, and hangs himself in his prison cell out of shame, leaving the teenage Assane an orphan. Twenty-five years later, inspired by a book about gentleman thief Arsène Lupin his father had given him on his birthday, Assane sets out to get revenge on the Pellegrini family, using his charisma and mastery of thievery, subterfuge, and disguise to expose Hubert's crimes.
Cast and characters
- Omar Sy as Assane Diop, a gentleman thief who styles himself after Arsène Lupin and vows to avenge his father's death.
- Mamadou Haidara as young Assane Diop
- Ludivine Sagnier as Claire, Assane's estranged wife and the mother of his child, of whom she has full custody.
- Ludmilla Makowski as young Claire
- Clotilde Hesme as Juliette Pellegrini, the daughter of wealthy entrepreneur Hubert Pellegrini.
- Léa Bonneau as young Juliette Pellegrini
- Nicole Garcia as Anne Pellegrini, Hubert's wife.
- Hervé Pierre as Hubert Pellegrini, an unscrupulous business tycoon who once employed Assane's father, Babakar.
- Antoine Gouy as Benjamin Ferel, Assane's best friend from his school days, who currently works as an antiquarian.
- Adrian Valli de Villebonne as young Benjamin Ferel
- Fargass Assandé as Babakar Diop, Assane's late father, who was falsely accused of having stolen the Pellegrinis' diamond necklace.
- Soufiane Guerrab as Youssef Guédira, a detective who uses his knowledge of the Arsène Lupin books to track Assane's activity.
- Vincent Londez as Captain Romain Laugier, a police captain tasked with retrieving the Pellegrinis' necklace.
- Shirine Boutella as Lieutenant Sofia Belkacem, a lieutenant detective.
- Vincent Garanger as Gabriel Dumont, the commissioner of the Paris police department.
- Johann Dionnet as young Gabriel Dumont
- Etan Simon as Raoul, the son of Assane and Claire.
- Anne Benoît as Fabienne Bériot (part 1), a disgraced former journalist who came close to exposing Hubert's misdeeds.
- Adama Niane as Léonard Koné (parts 1–2), an ex-convict and assassin employed by Hubert.
- Nicolas Wanczycki as Pascal Oblet (part 2), an undercover police officer who works closely with Hubert.
- Stefan Crepon as Philippe Courbet (part 2), a young stockbroker who is not all he seems.
Part 1 (2021)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date |
|1||1||"Chapter 1 – Le Collier de la reine"||Louis Leterrier||George Kay||8 January 2021|
|Assane Diop plans the theft of a high-priced diamond necklace, once owned by Marie-Antoinette, which his father Babakar had been accused of stealing from the wealthy Pellegrini family 25 years earlier. He enlists the help of a group of loan sharks, to whom he owes money. Under the alias "Paul Sernine", Assane attends an auction for the necklace, hosted by the Pellegrinis at the Louvre. He makes the winning bid, but the loan sharks, disguised as museum security guards, double-cross him and steal the necklace. However, their getaway goes awry and they are arrested, while Assane ends up in possession of the diamonds and walks free. While investigating the case, a police detective named Youssef Guédira notices that it bears a striking resemblance to the stories of Arsène Lupin, and then realizes that "Paul Sernine" is an anagram of Lupin's name. The day after the heist, Assane gives his son, Raoul, a copy of Arsène Lupin, Gentleman Burglar, gifted to him by Babakar, who died in prison by an apparent suicide shortly after being convicted for the original necklace theft.|
|2||2||"Chapter 2 – L'Illusion"||Louis Leterrier||George Kay and François Uzan||8 January 2021|
|Assane's best friend, antiquarian Benjamin Ferel, informs him that the queen's necklace was unlikely to ever have been deconstructed after being stolen as the Pellegrini family had previously claimed. As a result, Assane begins doubting that his father was responsible for the theft. He confronts Juliette Pellegrini, who acknowledges that her family's story about the necklace's recovery was a lie concocted to drum up publicity, but affirms her belief in Babakar's guilt. Unsatisfied, Assane gets himself placed in jail so he can speak to Étienne Comet, a man who worked at the prison library during his father's incarceration. A sickly Comet leads Assane to a copy of The Confessions of Arsène Lupin, with annotations from his father spelling out the phrase "I am innocent—framed by Anne Pellegrini". Assane escapes prison and seeks out Anne, who admits that she instructed Babakar to sign a false confession at the urging of an Inspector Gabriel Dumont. Assane recognizes Dumont as the police officer who turned him over to social services following Babakar's death. Meanwhile, Youssef continues to investigate the Arsène Lupin connection, happening upon Babakar's case file.|
|3||3||"Chapter 3 – Le Commissaire Dumont"||Louis Leterrier||François Uzan||8 January 2021|
|After learning that Inspector Dumont was responsible for handling the case against his father, Assane kidnaps the now-Commissioner Dumont from one of Paris' town halls and tries to force him into confessing to having framed Babakar. 25 years earlier, a younger Dumont figures out that Hubert Pellegrini, who had recently had the necklace's insurance policy increased, masterminded its disappearance and set Babakar up to take the fall. When he realizes that Dumont is building a case against him for insurance fraud, Hubert mentions his powerful connections and threatens the police officer's wife, convincing Dumont to trick Anne into getting Babakar to sign the confession. In the present, Dumont maintains that he legitimately believed Babakar was guilty, although Assane manages to get him to admit to having accepted bribes from criminals in order to pad his salary. However, the interrogation grinds to a halt when an enraged Assane accidentally reveals his identity. The police, meanwhile, scramble to locate their commissioner, and Assane escapes just before they can catch him. Dumont is rescued but does not reveal any information about the identity of his kidnapper. Later, Youssef discovers Dumont's involvement with the original investigation and connects it to the necklace's theft and the abduction.|
|4||4||"Chapter 4 – Volte-face"||Marcela Said||George Kay, François Uzan, and Eliane Montane||8 January 2021|
|Assane finds Dumont again and coerces him into providing more information about Hubert Pellegrini. Dumont gives him the name of Fabienne Bériot, a former investigative journalist who was sued for defamation by Hubert after she publicly denounced his corruption in a book titled Dirty Money: The Pellegrini System. Fabienne agrees to team up with Assane and helps him acquire a tape connecting the entrepreneur's arms dealing to a deadly terrorist attack on a French embassy in Kuala Lumpur. Assane anonymously posts an image from the tape on Twitter, threatening to release the video. Hubert publicly denies the allegations, and his henchman Léonard Koné begins stalking Fabienne. Meanwhile, Youssef is removed from the necklace investigation by Dumont, who realizes the detective is closing in on the truth about his involvement in the original case. A heavily disguised Assane's plan to expose Hubert on the talk show The Other Edition fails when Hubert, who is friends with the show's host, manages to have the footage altered. Juliette, now convinced of her father's innocence, reveals to him that Assane is behind the accusations, as well as the Louvre heist. Léonard attacks Fabienne in her home and demands to know where Assane lives, but Fabienne refuses to give him the information. To his horror, Assane returns to discover her body hanging from the ceiling.|
|5||5||"Chapter 5 – Étretat"||Marcela Said||George Kay and François Uzan||8 January 2021|
|Following Fabienne's death, Assane gives her dog, J'accuse, to Benjamin. On Raoul's birthday, Assane surprises him with a top hat and cape and takes him and Claire on a train trip to a Lupin-themed festival in Étretat. Léonard, who has begun pursuing Assane, follows the family onto the train, with orders from Hubert to get rid of Assane but to leave Claire and Raoul alone. Assane spots Léonard and fights him in a storage closet at the back of the train, managing to lock him inside. As the train pulls into its destination, however, Léonard escapes the closet and sits beside Raoul. In an attempt to manage the situation, Assane instructs his family to disembark ahead of him and manipulates the local police into arresting Léonard by suggesting that he is Paul Sernine. After Assane catches up, the family makes it to the festival without incident. While Raoul explores the beach by himself, a concerned Claire asks Assane who Léonard was, but grows distressed when he avoids the question. Assane promises that he will stop hiding things from her in the future and asks her for one more chance to prove himself. Léonard, meanwhile, is released from police custody and kidnaps Raoul. Claire becomes worried upon noticing that she cannot see her son on the beach, and she and Assane begin a fruitless search for him. Youssef appears and calls out to Assane, addressing him quizzically as "Lupin".|
Part 2 (2021)
|Title||Directed by||Written by||Original release date |
|6||1||"Chapter 6"||Ludovic Bernard||George Kay and François Uzan||11 June 2021|
|Youssef informs Assane and Claire that he saw Raoul struggling with Léonard in a parking lot, and that the two drove away. Claire is horrified and blames Assane for the kidnapping; Assane unsuccessfully tries to reassure her that he will bring Raoul back to her safely. Youssef, aware that Assane is the man he is searching for, offers to help him track Léonard down, and the two steal a car and give chase. Remaining in Étretat, Claire contacts the local police but is upset by the lack of urgency in their response and decides to try to find Raoul herself. Meanwhile, Assane and Youssef locate Léonard in the town of Bourneville and tail him to an abandoned mansion, where Léonard, who has Raoul bound and gagged, is lying in wait. Youssef quietly contacts Sofia Belkacem and asks her for assistance, but Assane ties him up inside the car after revealing that he knows that Youssef is a police officer. Assane enters the house, fights Léonard, and throws him out of a window. However, Léonard, who has locked Raoul in the boot of his car, manages to stand up and lights the car on fire. When he sees the burning vehicle and realizes what has happened, Assane is devastated and breaks down. A moment later, Belkacem arrives and arrests him.|
|7||2||"Chapter 7"||Ludovic Bernard||George Kay, Soilho Boden, and Nicolas Clément||11 June 2021|
|Prior to Belkacem's arrival, Youssef escapes his bindings and successfully rescues Raoul from Léonard’s car without Assane's knowledge. Afterwards, he is informed that Dumont wants Raoul taken to the Park Hyatt hotel in central Paris, where Hubert and Juliette are hosting an event in honor of their foundation. Although confused, Youssef complies with the order. Hubert and Dumont hold Raoul hostage at the hotel, expecting Assane to walk into their trap. Assane, meanwhile, is extremely relieved when Belkacem tells him that nothing but a soda can was found in the boot of the car. He escapes police custody, steals another car, and drives to Paris, where he uses voice-altering technology to make himself sound like Hubert in order to successfully rescue Raoul from the Hyatt. Unbeknownst to Assane, Claire has uncovered the full truth of his activities after a conversation with Benjamin. Desperate with worry for her son's safety, she attempts to negotiate his release with Hubert directly, but Hubert forces her to betray Assane to him in exchange. When Assane brings Raoul back to his home, a number of Hubert's associates, led by Pascal Oblet, await him there. However, after Claire begs Pascal for a moment alone with Raoul, she manages to tell Assane to run away.|
|8||3||"Chapter 8"||Hugo Gélin||George Kay and Camille Couasse||11 June 2021|
|Assane successfully escapes Pascal and his men and hides in the roof above Claire's apartment, where, to his dismay, he hears Claire sobbing and telling Raoul that Assane is a dangerous man who cannot be trusted. Having once again failed to ensnare Assane, Hubert makes plans for an upcoming charity concert for Juliette's foundation with a young stockbroker named Philippe Courbet, revealing that he intends to send 85% of the donations brought in during the concert to a personal offshore bank account in the Cayman Islands. Meanwhile, Assane and Benjamin come up with an elaborate plan to weaken Hubert that involves Assane seducing Juliette by taking her on a joyride around Paris and pretending to steal a priceless Pissaro painting for her. The plan goes without a hitch, as Assane manipulates Juliette into talking to her mother about Hubert's crimes during the 1990s. When Juliette visits her, Anne admits that the necklace theft was an insurance scam, and that Hubert had hired Babakar with the intention of framing him for it. Juliette is shocked and urges Anne to denounce Hubert to the police. After learning the truth from Anne, Youssef and Captain Laugier arrest Hubert while he is meeting with Courbet.|
|9||4||"Chapter 9"||Hugo Gélin||George Kay and Steve Bailie||11 June 2021|
|Laugier and Belkacem interrogate Hubert, who does not cooperate with their questioning but does reveal Assane's real name. The police are ultimately forced to let Hubert go after he calls in a favor from the minister of the interior. Pascal discovers that Benjamin is Assane's accomplice and informs Hubert, who instructs Léonard to tail Benjamin in order to find out where Assane lives. Hubert also secretly arranges for Pascal to murder Léonard in Assane's apartment and to frame Assane for the crime. Their plan is a success, and when Assane discovers what has happened and realizes that the police are on their way, he goes on the run and tells Benjamin to do the same. That night, Assane's identity is publicly revealed, and he immediately becomes the most notorious criminal in France. Over the next several days, Assane and Benjamin hide out, managing to evade capture using a secret bunker that connects to the Catacombs of Paris. Meanwhile, after finding a coded message from Assane, Youssef recovers a USB drive among the evidence taken from the apartment that contains footage of Dumont's interrogation, in which he admits to his having accepted illegal bribes, as well as more papers that link him to Babakar's case.|
|10||5||"Chapter 10"||Hugo Gélin||George Kay and Sumerah Srivastav||11 June 2021|
|Belkacem receives evidence from the police laboratory suggesting that Assane was not Léonard's murderer. Youssef informs her and Laugier about Dumont's corruption, and the three resolve to arrest him at the Pellegrini concert that evening. Assane is smuggled into the theater with assistance from a disguised Benjamin and Philippe Courbet, actually an accomplice of Assane and Benjamin whom they had found attempting to steal Arsène Lupin books. When the music starts, Assane sneaks into Hubert's private box, holding him at knifepoint and forcing him to confess to orchestrating the murders of Babakar, Fabienne, and Léonard. Assane is chased extensively through the theater by Hubert's men but manages to get onstage, where he publicly accuses Hubert of all of his crimes, including stealing from the foundation. He succeeds in evading the police by disguising himself as a firefighter, and sends Youssef a recording of Hubert's confession. While Youssef, Laugier, and Belkacem take Hubert and Dumont into custody, Assane steals a speedboat and arranges a reconciliatory meeting with Claire and Raoul on a nearby bridge. He apologizes for the pain his actions have caused them and tells them that he needs to stay away for their safety. As the police approach, he runs off into the night.|
On 19 July 2018, Netflix ordered a new series, to be produced by Gaumont Film Company, about the character Arsène Lupin, with Sy portraying the titular character. In an interview, Sy revealed that "Arsene Lupin, who is an iconic and charismatic character, will take on a new life in this modern adaptation, unique in its genre". Netflix confirmed that George Kay and François Uzan would be the showrunners, with Louis Leterrier directing the first three episodes.
Filming of the first five episodes was completed primarily in Paris, on various streets and at the Louvre, both inside and out. According to research by Condé Nast Traveler, other important locations included La Naumachie pond at Parc Monceau and Musée Nissim de Camondo on rue de Monceau; the latter stands in as the Pellegrini home and is open to the public. Other listed locations include Collège-lycée Jacques-Decour, a parking garage on Rue d'Abbeville, the Marché Biron flea market, the Jardin du Luxembourg, the Pont des Arts, L'Appartement Saint-Martin (near Porte Saint-Martin), and the Maison d'Arrêt de Bois-d'Arcy prison. The publication adds that parts of the fifth episode were filmed in the town of Étretat, which is located along the coast of Normandy. This location is significant because Maurice Leblanc, who created the character Arsène Lupin, lived in the municipality.
The second set of five episodes were already filmed by the end of 2020 and were released on 11 June 2021.
On 18 November 2021, Netflix and Omar Sy confirmed that filming was underway in Paris for the series' third part. Shooting continued into 2022. On 25 February, production was temporarily halted after €300,000 worth of equipment was stolen from the set, resuming three days later. A teaser trailer for the show's third part was released during Netflix's Tudum event in September 2022.
Lupin is the first French series to rank among the top ten on Netflix in the United States, reaching number three on 10 January 2021. It was ranked number one in France and many other countries in Europe, including Germany, Austria, Italy, Spain, Denmark, and Sweden, as well as other countries such as Canada, Brazil, Argentina, and South Africa.
As of 31 January 2021, the show was watched by 76 million households, making it the second-most-successful debut ever for an original Netflix show, after Bridgerton. In April, Netflix revealed that Lupin was the most watched title on the company's streaming service in the first quarter of 2021.
On 21 July 2021, it was reported that 54 million households watched the second part of the show, a drop compared to the first installment. Lupin still managed to become one of the biggest shows during the second quarter of 2021.
On the review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, the first part holds an approval rating of 98% with an average rating of 7.70/10, based on 44 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads: "Omar Sy effortlessly hits every mark in Lupin, an engrossing espionage thriller that lives up to its source material and then some." On Metacritic, the first part has a score of 82 out of 100 based on 8 reviews.
Writing for The New Paper, Jonathan Roberts stated that "if [Lupin] was a film, it would be a contender for the year's best". Daniel D'Addario of Variety wrote that the cliffhanger at the end of the first series "will leave any viewer who's taken the ride eager for more." Rolling Stone's Alan Sepinwall praised Sy's performance, writing that "it all works because [he] is so magnetic and charming that questioning plot logic feels wildly besides the point." Karen Han of Slate wrote that Lupin "doesn't waste a single minute, packing each and every moment full of suspense".
On Rotten Tomatoes, the second part holds an approval rating of 96%, with an average rating of 8.10/10, based on 28 reviews. The site's critical consensus reads: "Smart, sexy, and stylish, Lupin's highly bingeable second season is perfect summer viewing". On Metacritic, the second part has a score of 80 out of 100 based on 7 reviews.
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