Warner Bros released Dangerous Liaisons to theaters on December 18, 1988. Stephen Frears directed the film which starred Glenn Close, John Malkovich, and Michelle Pfeiffer.
‘Dangerous Liaisons’ Movie Summary
Happy 30th this version of DANGEROUS LIAISONS at the time of recording…
Bedrooms and Hallways. Gardens and Castles. Love and Revenge. Acknowledged suitors, unacknowledged suitors, anatomy, deceit, surrender, jealousy, distraction and sex are timeless threads through this Oscar winner.
For her own absorbed amusement wealthy widow Marquise de Merteuil (the magnificent Glenn Close) uses her natural predatory instincts challenging notorious womaniser Vicomte de Valmont (John Malkovich) to seduce naive young newlywed Madame de Tourvel (Michelle Pfeiffer) while also set a task of performing erotic education with a teenage daughter of a former fling Cecile de Volanges (Uma Thurman) before the tender innocent is married off.read full summary
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