There's more than a little hint of Nikita in the way Françoise is forced to work for the government after being caught red-handed on a job and one can't help but wonder whether Luc Besson saw this before making that movie.
Assisted by undercover agent and gifted lip-reader Bruno (Michel Duchaussoy), Françoise undertakes a daring heist to help nail a drug trafficking gang. The heist sequence is reasonably well-done and is the highlight of this fairly obscure little movie which suffers badly from an uneven tone.
Danielle Gaubert certainly looks the part, but her glacial beauty was put to far better use in Radley Metzger's ' Camille 2000'.
Aficionados of 1960s interior design might like to check out Franciose's apartment, but others should check out Mario Bava's Diabolik instead - a movie which has the humour and sparkle La Louve Solitaire desperately lacks.
They will decide whether to date them according to their answers!
Françoise looks like a sexy kitten by day, but is a silent she-wolf by night, making very clever robberies of gold jewels.
The character was originally a supervillain and adversary of Spider-Man, but over time the two fell in love, which motivated her into becoming an antiheroine and his partner.
La Louve Solitaire, which I saw as "Golden Claws of Cat Girl" (a title worthy of ten stars alone), stars stunning redhead Danielle Gaubert as trapeze artist turned cat burglar Françoise.Natalie Ng’s little sister is a super-genius with a chameleon-like ability to disappear.Her older sister has three Class A Talents, including being a human lie detector.Created by writer Marv Wolfman and artist Keith Pollard, she first appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man #194 (July 1979).Felicia Hardy is the daughter of Walter Hardy, a world-renowned cat burglar.