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Also Known As (AKA): Once a Thief | Lupin/ルパン | Люпен | Arsene Lupin | Λουπέν .
Lupin (Season 1) Part 2 (2021) – Storyline:
Lupin (TV Series 2021) Season 1 – Part 2 : The new Netflix series is loosely based on a character named Arsène Lupin, a suave thief created by Maurice Leblanc. Drawing inspiration from that character, Lupin stars Omar Sy as Assane Diop, a skilled pickpocket. As a young man, Diop was orphaned after his father was framed by the wealthy Hubert Pellegrini (Hervé Pierre) for a crime he did not commit. More than two decades later, Diop vows to use his skills to seek revenge on Pellegrini for causing his father’s death.
Part one concluded with Raoul (Etan Simon) being kidnapped, so fans can expect to see that storyline continue.
Netflix ‘Lupin’ Season 1 Part 2′: TV Show Review :
Lupin S01 Part 2 Hindi Complete 720p HDRip Dual Audio [ Hindi Dubbed 5.1 – French ] The show is at its best in Paris. Part of the joy is seeing the city and there’s a plotline involving the Musee d’Orsay. The show’s writer, George Kay, is actually British, and was a writer on Killing Eve. There is some of Killing Eve’s spirit here, especially in the Normandy scenes, which feel like the episodes where Eve tries to hide from Villanelle in the British countryside.
But unlike Villanelle, Diop is unfailingly poised. Such is Sy’s magnetism that he has prompted discussions about whether the next James Bond could be French. Each episode has a self-contained plot but that is secondary to the wider arc of the story, about how Diop became like this and his relationships now. As in series one, there are flashbacks to his youth in the nineties and Mamadou Haidara is charming as the young Diop, who falls in love easily, here with his friend who plays the violin. This detail is important – it is that kind of show, where Diop remembers moments from the past and deploys them cleverly.