Möbius (2013)

Möbius (2013)





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Jean Dujardin, Cécile De France and Tim Rot star in writer/director Eric Rochant's spy thriller centered on the ill-fated affair between a Russian secret service officer on assignment in Monaco, and the pretty undercover agent whom he suspects of being disloyal.
R (for sexuality, brief graphic nudity, and language)
Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Jean Dujardin
as Moïse/Gregory Lyubov
Tim Roth
as Rostovsky
Vladimir Menshov
as Quitusais
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Critic Reviews for Möbius

All Critics (2)

"Möbius" makes the international world of espionage and high-dollar finance downright boring.

Full Review… | May 17, 2014
Movie Chambers

Eric Rochant's weird and lengthy fixation on De France reaching orgasm twice in one session allows Möbius to unexpectedly transform from a low-stakes Notorious to a high-end Red Shoe Diaries.

Full Review… | April 24, 2013
Slant Magazine

Audience Reviews for Möbius


3 and a 1/2 and just cause I'm in love with Jean and his breathtaking smile, though he, well, his character, was a little eurotrashy. Other than that, mediocre film with an anitcliamctic ending. Great performances, especially in my opinion by Maksim Vitorgan (Diamond) and Prasanna Puwanarajah (Saïd) (yum!). Cécile was OK. Would've loved to have seen what Audrey, Ludivine or Marion would have done with that role. In general, I don't know, except for the elevator scene, I wasn't that invested in the story, doing my Lumosity while watching it with earphones and loking up when hearing a commotion on screen. Je t'adore, Jean, however.

Alberto Gutierrez
Alberto Gutierrez

A sexy, smart, sophisticated and very cool romantic thriller. It keeps your attention with its gripping story, characters and the multiple twist and turns that make for thrilling entertainment pleasure. Jean Dujardin and Cecile De France have sizzling and romantic chemistry in this very sharp and intriguing thriller for adults. Dujardin have tremendous charisma and charm. Tim Roth is terrific. Director, Eric Rochant keeps the pace slow at the start then picks up immediately as things heat up and make it for great viewing. A thinking-man's thriller.

Al S
Al S

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