Some sexual dialogue throughout.
Valmot walks in on his servant and a maid having sex. The servant flees, taking his bedsheet with him, revealing the maid, fully nude (breasts and butt are shown). She offers herself to Valmont, but he refuses.
We see Valmont lying nude, face down on a bed as Cecile writes a letter on his back.
We see Valmont and Madame de Tourvel having sex, but there is no nudity as they are shown only from the neck-up with associated kissing/panting.

Valmot enters Cecile’s bedroom quietly and removes blanket from Cecile’s body and traces the outline of her breasts. He then proceeds to wake her up and tries to forcefully kiss her while trying to finger her vagina under her night dress which she resists. He then blackmails her saying that if she shouts and wakes up others, he will tell them that she had invited him, as he had the key to her bedroom. When she asks him what does he want, he again tries to put his hands in her vagina which she again resists and gets up. Then he tells her that if she gives him a kiss then he will leave. She consents to this and offers him her face. He forces her on the bed and gets on top of her. He starts kissing her and forcefully enters his tongue in her mouth making her uncomfortable. He also presses her left breast from the top of her night dress and later enters his hand in her gown and presses her bare breast. After that he refuses to leave saying that as per his condition she did not give him a kiss (He kissed her and not the other way around) and he starts opening her top. Then she reluctantly agrees to kiss him and it is implied that they have sex.
We see Cecile’s bare breasts as she undresses for Valmont. He then tells her that he had sex with her mother in the past. Her breasts and nipples are visible for an extended period of time. Valmont kisses them, and it is implied that they had sex.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Two days ago, HBO released dangerous liasons, adapted from a French novel of the 18th century. It is a story with extremely luxurious scenes and costumes. It is too luxurious to believe that it is the 1988 version. In the hypocritical and bewitching love game between Valmont (John Malkovich) and Merteuil (Glenn Close), Keanu Reeves, then 24, was just a trivial, beautiful little student character. He was very different from the matrix, pale and young to almost childish.

Merteui and Valmont, one is a beautiful lady who attacks on scheming, and the other is a young and handsome dissolute son. A ruthless and jealous, in order to revenge his ex lover’s betrayal, provoked Valmont to seduce his fiancee Cecile (UMA Thurman) to revenge his ex lover; An indulgent, in exchange for a night with merteui, did not hesitate to destroy the reputation of the kind tourvel (Michelle Pfeiffer).

Cecile sought merteui’s comfort after being insulted by Valmont. Merteui smiled like a Mona Lisa in the carriage, and once he got off the carriage and spread his eyes, it immediately turned into endless grief and sadness. She said to Cecile, “the shape is like the pain. You only feel it once.”, Turning to the face outside the window, there was a trace of sadness, a little buried kindness, or withered love, but only for a moment. This woman, who entered the social circle at the age of 15, has learned in her life to cover up her pain with joy and pretend to deceive with indifference. She only has the behavior learned from moralists, the thinking learned from philosophers and the escape skills learned from novelists, as well as her only absolute and simple truth – failure is death.

Valmont’s evil is his ultimate, independent and characteristic quality. He appreciates himself and revels in his words and deeds, and never denies their evil and despicable. He has a clear goal and is good at adapting to circumstances. He knows how to constantly adjust his rationality and sensibility in due time. He can do well between passion and self-control, and completely transform the malice into fatal charm and fragrant poison. In front of tourvel, he calmly sent away the socialite who had been ambiguous with him the previous second, and explained to tourvel that this was only part of his good deeds of often helping the poor. From trembling anger to softening tenderness, people can’t help but doubt whether this is tourvel’s trust in Valmont or a willingness to drink arsenic with a smile.

A pair of evil lovers, arrogant and conceited, regard themselves as the God of other people’s feelings and life. While calculating with each other, they use cold-hearted lies, deception, absurdity and debauchery to realize all the real invincibility with complete impudence in the serial game mixed with dark purposes. But the only thing out of control is that when using love as a manipulation tool, first of all, don’t forget the premise of “don’t fall in love”.

Valmont humiliated and abandoned tourvel by repeating “it’s beyond my control” in order to make merteui fulfill his promise and prove that he is not as stupid as other men and abide by his agreement with merteui. However, at this time, he found that he had already unknowingly fallen in love with the conservative, plain, quiet but duty bound woman. “Vanity and love are incompatible”, no one understands the meaning of this sentence better than Valmont. Tourvel died of grief, and Valmont paid his life as the price of the game. In the final picture, merteui slowly wiped off her delicate face. The face in the mirror was sad and desperate. She saw her uncertain future in the mirror. Valmont exposed all his tricks with merteui before he died. Merteui, who declared war on him, won the rejection and betrayal of the whole Paris for himself.

This is a black comedy about love and vanity. A war between TA and TA. Don’t betray TA. TA is fickle for revenge, but don’t provoke TA. TA’s revenge is still there even if he dies.

——Now, yes or no? It is up to you, of course. I will merely confine myself to remarking that a “no” will be regarded as a declaration of war. A single word is all that is required.”

——All right。…… WAR!

p. S. when watching the movie, I felt that tourvel in the movie was very similar to Pamela in the novel Pamela turned over in the past two days. Later, I saw the introduction of the movie and found that the four books often read by the original novel author included Clarissa, another novel by Richardson, but Clarissa was more like Cecile in the movie, and finally died of grief and anger. It’s really winding. The male protagonists in Pamela and Clarissa are all immoral people. One finally corrects his evil and completes the qualitative transformation, while the other is stabbed to death in the duel and punished for his evil deeds. But whether it’s the happy ending in Pamela or Valmont’s Conscience Discovery in the film, I think it’s actually the need of artistic expression. Clarissa’s tragic ending may be the way life is more often. So, dear ones, be careful of sweet words, ha ha.

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