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Storyline:   "Valmont" is a 1989 period drama film directed by MiloŇ° Forman, based on the 1782 French novel "Les Liaisons dangereuses" by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. The movie explores themes of manipulation, seduction, and betrayal in the decadent world of 18th-century French aristocracy. Set in pre-revolutionary France, the story revolves around the Marquise de Merteuil (played by Annette Bening) and the Vicomte de Valmont (played by Colin Firth), two former lovers and skilled manipulators. They engage in a dangerous game of seduction and conquest, using their cunning and charm to manipulate the lives and emotions of those around them. The film follows the intricate web of relationships and intrigues as Valmont sets his sights on the virtuous Madame de Tourvel (played by Meg Tilly), while the Marquise de Merteuil seeks revenge against a former lover. As their schemes and manipulations unfold, the characters face the consequences of their actions and are forced to confront the destructive power of their own desires.

"Valmont" delves into the complexities of love, power, and morality. It examines the dark underbelly of aristocratic society, where manipulation and deceit are used as weapons of entertainment and personal gain. The film explores the blurred boundaries between love and lust, trust and betrayal, and the repercussions of actions driven by selfish desires. With its lavish costumes, elegant settings, and stellar performances, "Valmont" captures the decadence and opulence of the era. It presents a captivating tale of intrigue and emotional turmoil, highlighting the consequences of playing with people's hearts and the toll it takes on one's own soul. Overall, "Valmont" is a compelling and visually stunning film that delves into the complexities of human relationships and the destructive nature of manipulation. It offers a thought-provoking exploration of love, power, and the moral choices individuals make in a world driven by desire and deceit.
Year : 1989
Genre : Drama, Romance
IMDB Rating: 7
Director: Milos Forman
Top Billing Cast:  Fairuza Balk as Cecile Colin Firth as Valmont Annette Bening as Merteuil Henry Thomas as Danceny

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  1. During the making of the film, Meg Tilly and Colin Firth fell in love, and a year later, they welcomed a son together. Their real-life romance adds a touch of genuine emotion to their on-screen performances.

  2. Michelle Pfeiffer faced an interesting decision as she was offered the role of the Marquise de Merteuil in "Valmont" at the same time she was offered the role of Madame de Tourvel in "Dangerous Liaisons." It must have been a challenging choice for her to decide which captivating character to portray.

  3. The release of "Valmont" in certain territories, such as the UK, was intentionally delayed to allow some time to pass after the release of "Dangerous Liaisons." Christopher Hampton, the screenwriter of "Dangerous Liaisons," revealed that director Milos Forman attended several performances of Hampton's play, "Les Liaisons Dangereuses," and decided to create his own adaptation of the Choderlos de Laclos novel. This led to a rush to produce "Dangerous Liaisons" in order to beat "Valmont" to the theaters, resulting in divergent critical and box office outcomes.

  4. Initially, Wil Wheaton was selected to play the role of Danceny in "Valmont," but his commitments to "Star Trek: The Next Generation" prevented his involvement. As a result, the role went to Henry Thomas. Interestingly, Drew Barrymore, who played Thomas' little sister in "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," was considered for the role of Cecile de Volanges, Danceny's love interest, in the competing film, "Dangerous Liaisons."

  5. Fairuza Balk, who was 14 years old at the time of production, had a body double for scenes that involved nudity in "Valmont." This decision was made to ensure her comfort and compliance with legal regulations regarding the depiction of minors in such scenes.

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