Synopsis: French novel "Les Liaisons Dangereuses", by Choderlos de Laclos. The cynical story follows the fortunes of two scheming lovers, a pair of jaded aristocrats who manipulate and toy with each other on a grand scale, drawing others into their elaborate and dangerous erotic games.
Genre: Drama, Romance
Production: Orion Home Video
  Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 3 wins & 4 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
137 min


One doesn't ask questions like that.

Certainly not of a widow.

Widows don't have lovers?

No, they don't.



I want more.

Then... might have to find yourself another lover.


I'm very happy with the one I have.

You're not bored yet?

Unspeakably bored.

When shall I see you again?


Monday. I can't.

-Tuesday? -Tuesday...

I'm afraid not.


I'll have to let you know.

Are you seeing somebody else?

Of course not.

Good afternoon, Madame.

No, it's A in the right hand, not B-flat.

-Madame! -No. Don't stop.

This is...

I'm sorry.

-Chevalier de Danceny. -Yes, Danceny.

He's giving me my music lessons.

-Nervous? -Madame, feel my heart.

Don't be silly. Everyone will love your singing.

That's not it.

It's my husband, my fiance.

I know he's going to be there. I know my mother's invited him.

Can you try and find out who he is?


My dear.

Cecile is so nervous. Poor thing.

She believes that her fiance is here today. Is he?

See? How does she know that? She's so clever.

-I never told her anything. -Which one is he?

-You'll keep it to yourself? -Of course.

Come. I'll introduce you, but...

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Miloš Forman

Jan Tomáš Forman (born 18 February 1932 in Čáslav), known as Miloš Forman, is a Czech film director, screenwriter, actor, and professor, who until 1968 lived and worked primarily in Czechoslovakia. more…

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