Möbius (film)

Möbius is a 2013 French film written and directed by Éric Rochant, and starring Jean Dujardin and Cécile de France.[2][3][4]

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Movie poster
Directed byÉric Rochant
Written byÉric Rochant
Produced byChristophe Cervoni
Mathias Rubin
StarringJean Dujardin
Cécile de France
CinematographyPierre Novion
Edited byPascale Fenouillet
Music byJonathan Morali
Axel Films
Distributed byEuropaCorp Distribution
Release date
  • 27 February 2013 (2013-02-27)
Running time
103 minutes
Budget$15.2 million
Box office$9.2 million[1]


Russian spy, FSB Agent Gregory Lyubov is sent to Monaco to watch the actions of the powerful Russian oligarch named Ivan Rostovskiy. As part of this mission the team recruits a talented finance expert named Alice. Suspecting her of treason, Gregory breaks the golden rule and makes contact with Alice. Between them begins a passion that might destroy them.



In November 2011, Jean Dujardin and Cecile de France were cast join the film production.

During Cannes Festival in May 2012, Tim Roth confessed he would play the role of a Russian oligarch suspect in crime. Director Eric Rochant found a physical resemblance between the actor and Roman Abramovich, Russian oligarch ranked in ninth place of the largest fortunes of his country and owner of the London-based football club Chelsea F.C.

According to Le Figaro, filming began in May 2012, and lasted eight to nine weeks in the south of France, Luxembourg, Brussels, Belgium and Moscow, Russia;[5] and post-production started in October 2012.

Critical receptionEdit

The film received mixed reviews from the press and public.[citation needed]

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "MÖBIUS (2013)". JP' Box-Office. Retrieved 2013-02-27.
  2. ^ "Jean Dujardin et Cécile de France s'espionnent chez Rochant – News films Tournages – AlloCiné". Allocine.fr. 2014-04-24. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  3. ^ "Jean Dujardin pour Möbius : J'ai travaillé mon Ryan Gosling". Purepeople.com. 2013-02-19. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  4. ^ ""Mobius" : Tim Roth rejoint Jean Dujardin ! – News films Tournages – AlloCiné". Allocine.fr. 2014-04-24. Retrieved 2014-04-29.
  5. ^ Actually in Kyiv. See the making of the film being in the DVD version

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