The exhibition Top secret: cinema and espionage at the Cinémathèque Française explores the intertwined relationships between espionage and cinema, reflecting the breadth and vitality of a subject that unfolds as much in history as it does in world geography. From James Bond to Jason Bourne, the exhibition lifts the veil on the spy, the archetypal romantic hero, whose world has always fed the imagination of the greatest film-makers.
Unveiling the history and technological developments of a century of espionage, the exhibition deciphers its codes and its great figures in cinema. The exhibition is peppered with gadgets, archives, costumes and works of art to shed light on the history of espionage in film.
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Cinémathèque Française - 51 rue de Bercy 75012 Paris
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To get there:
By Metro: Bercy station