Dangerous liaisons, Warner Bros. presents ; screenplay by Christopher Hampton ; produced by Hank Moonjean & Norma Heyman ; director, Stephen Frears
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  • Dangerous liaisons, Warner Bros. presents ; screenplay by Christopher Hampton ; produced by Hank Moonjean & Norma Heyman ; director, Stephen Frears
Main title
  • Dangerous liaisons
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  • Warner Bros. presents ; screenplay by Christopher Hampton ; produced by Hank Moonjean & Norma Heyman ; director, Stephen Frears
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • The game of conquest is underway. Anything goes when a predatory, wealthy widow challenges a notorious rake to seduce a beautiful young newlywed. But this time, a cardinal rule will be broken: two players will fall in love - with tragic results
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  • MPAA rating: R
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  • 976012056
Runtime
  • 120
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  • Warner archives
Table of contents
  • Battle dress -- Valmont calls -- A nobler ring -- The lady’s terms -- Introductions -- A show of nobility -- Declaration -- Postal arrangement -- “To deserve you” -- “Desk” of Valmont -- To dominate/avenge -- “Spell in country” -- Country intrigues -- Nocturnal visits -- Good influence -- Tenor performs -- In Latin terms -- Near surrender -- Certain grief -- “Desk” of Cecile -- Once upon a time -- No more regrets -- Plainly in love -- Love declared -- Miscarriage -- “No time/mischief” -- Beyond his control -- Fatal war wounds -- The duel -- “Had good cause” -- “Enough” -- At the opera -- Manipulator’s face
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  • live action
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