What’s a woman with expensive tastes to do? World War I Paris offered the legendary Mata Hari some unique opportunities. This 1964 film featuring Jeanne Moreau and Jean-Louis Trintignant imagines how the famous dancer used her charm and seductive powers to spy for Germany and bankroll a glamorous life. But when she falls in love her life as a spy loses its luster. This spy romance includes invisible ink, quick escapes, and a doomed love—perfect film fare for a summer evening. Along with the evening’s screening of Mata Hari, H21, enjoy popcorn and sparkling French soda almost as tasty as Jeanne Moreau’s Mata Hari!
In French with English subtitles; screening at the Spy Museum.
Co-sponsored by the Alliance Française de Washington. For Alliance Members tickets, email firstname.lastname@example.org
| Tickets include screening, soda, and popcorn.