Why, yes, of course.
The last time I saw you, you were just a little girl.
Madame, is it true that I'm getting married?
Who told you that?
I'm not supposed to say anything...
...but yes, it's true.
-To whom? -I can't say.
-Please, Madame, please. -I mean, I don't know.
But can you try and find out, please?
Yes, she's excited, very excited.
-lt almost has me worried. -Why?
She's so innocent, so unprepared.
As long as her husband doesn't mind.
Who is he?
That's very thoughtful. I like this in a man.
Who is he?
I'd rather not say.
I agreed to let him make the announcement.
My dear, I'd love you to spend some time with Cecile.
...and as wise as you are.
You flatter me.
Do you see how I hold my fan?
Cecile, if you allow your hand to be held too long...
...men will take it as an encouragement.
Is this your first opera, mademoiselle?
Should I answer?
If you do answer...
...a man will take it as an invitation.
So what should I do?
What do you want to do?
Yes, this is my first opera.
Monsieur de Valmont, may I have a word with you, please?
...Madame de Volanges.
So you keep away from her.
How old did you say she was?
Fifteen, you monster.
Where are you going?
Do you really want to know?
If you want to tell me.
Your old aunt.
My old aunt, yes.
How old is your old aunt?
You know her, Madame de Rosemonde.
And if you come, I'll be very happy.
Give my love to Madame de Rosemonde.
Who was that?
Cecile, that man is very bad for a young lady's reputation.
Your mother shouldn't even know he was in our box.
Is he your lover?
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.