Dangerous Liaisons

Dangerous Liaisons

Director: Stephen Frears Cast: Glenn Close, John Malkovich, Michelle Pfeiffer

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Product Details

Release Date: 03/28/2017
UPC: 0888574474713
Original Release: 1988
Rating: R
Source: Warner Archives
Sound: [Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound]
Time: 2:00:00
Sales rank: 8,564

Special Features

Closed Caption

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Glenn Close Marquise De Merteuil
John Malkovich Vicomte De Valmont
Michelle Pfeiffer Madame De Tourvel
Swoosie Kurtz Madame De Volanges
Keanu Reeves Chevalier Danceny
Uma Thurman Cecile De Volanges
Mildred Natwick Madame De Rosemonde
Peter Capaldi Azolan
Joe Sheridan Georges
Laura Benson Emilie
Nicholas Hawtrey Major Domo
Francois Lalande Cure
Francois Montagut Belleroche
Harry Jones Armand

Technical Credits
Stephen Frears Director
James Acheson Costumes/Costume Designer
Mick Audsley Editor
Gavin Bocquet Art Director,Production Designer
Stuart Craig Production Designer
George Fenton Score Composer
Howard Feuer Casting
Christopher Hampton Co-producer,Screenwriter
Peter Handford Sound/Sound Designer
Norma Heyman Producer
Norman Heyman Co-producer
Gerard James Set Decoration/Design
Hank Moonjean Co-producer
Dominique Plez Makeup
Philippe Rousselot Cinematographer
Bernard Seitz Asst. Director
Juliet Taylor Casting
Gerard Viard Art Director

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Dangerous Liaisons
1. Battle Dress [4:05]
2. Valmont Calls [2:31]
3. A Nobler Ring [3:56]
4. The Lady's Terms [2:26]
5. Introductions [5:53]
6. A Show Of Nobility [3:12]
7. Declaration [2:14]
8. Postal Arrangement [3:19]
9. "To Deserve You" [2:46]
10. "Desk" Of Valmont [2:28]
11. To Dominate/ Avenge [3:52]
12. "Spell In Country" [4:06]
13. Country Intrigues [7:26]
14. Nocturnal Visits [4:15]
15. Good Influence [3:24]
16. Tenor Performs [3:28]
17. In Latin Terms [2:23]
18. Near Surrender [5:04]
19. Certain Grief [4:16]
20. "Desk" Of Cecile [3:10]
21. Once Upon A Time [1:56]
22. No More Regrets [3:56]
23. Plainly In Love [4:53]
24. Love Declared [5:22]
25. Miscarriage [1:40]
26. "No Times Mischief" [3:49]
27. Behond His Control [4:40]
28. Fatal War Wounds [5:33]
29. The Duel [2:41]
30. "Had Good Cause" [3:45]
31. "Enough" [1:29]
32. At the Opera [1:09]
33. Manipulator's Face [1:19]
34. Chapter 34 [3:05]

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Dangerous Liaisons 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
knitnoel More than 1 year ago
Both the script and the acting of this movie makes it one of my favorites. Great drama....
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a deliciously wicked film! Every act of that evil creature, the Marquise de Merteuil, played by the supremely confident Glenn Close as mercurial, venomous and oh, so dangerous, screams "Wicked..!" John Malkovich complements her extremely well as Vicomte Valmont, her longtime cohort and partner-in-arms who seeks to preserve his nasty reputation as a heedless ravager but finds his reserve breached by the angelic Madame de Tourvel(an astonishing turn by Michelle Pfeiffer, who is outstanding as a woman deeply in conflict with the morals and beliefs she holds so dear as she finds herself unable to resist the wolflike Valmont). The schemers were lovers once; do they seek to ruin others merely to consider themselves worthy of the other? Do they lack the courage to own their passion but instead channelise it to betray that of others? Watch Close, in a telling and chilling sequence, refuse to be upped by the vengeful Valmont. Savour the sumptuous dialogue, beautiful sets and costumes and wallow in deceit and duplicity with these debauched characters. "You'll find the shame is like the pain: you only feel it once"- Close to Thurman. Absolutely not to be missed!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love this movie- everything about it. Loved the characters and the dynamics of the plot.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have watched this movie more times than i can remember. It is excellent if a little dark! Very clever dialogue and fantastic performances Glenn Close and John Malkovich. If you haven't seen it - it's a must!
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