Originally released as a motion picture in 1988
Based on the play by Christopher Hampton ; adapted from the novel: Les liaisons dangereuses / by Choderlos De Laclos
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Marquise de Merteuil: Like most intellectuals, he's intensely stupid.
Vicomte de Valmont: I ended by falling on my knees and pledging her eternal love. And do you know that, at that time, and for several hours afterwards, I actually meant it.
Vicomte de Valmont: You see, I have no intention of breaking down her prejudices. I want her to believe in God and virtue and the sanctity of marriage, and still not be able to stop herself. I want the excitement of watching her betray everything that's is most important to her. Surely you understand that. I thought betrayal was your favorite word. Marquise de Merteuil: No, no..."cruelty." I always think that has a nobler ring to it.