he will turn into a werewolf himself. This French version of the notorious spy's life centers less on her romantic escapades, and more on those that reveal the person she actually was during WW I when her German superiors ordered her to seduce the French captain Trintignant so she can steal classified. It would appear so as she seems to be doing some sewing. He and his girlfriend study the document and discover a formula to produce a drug that promises immortality. Whether this is a tribute to the great director or a commentary on 19th century anti-Semitism isn't made clear, but the film does feature an amusing cinema in joke in the early going, when co-star Katia Christine (the Nicole Kidman lookout playing Kinski's wife) visits.