Πέμπτη, 4 Απριλίου 2013

DANGEROUS LIAISONS - 1960 (1959) Roger Vadim









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DANGEROUS LIAISONS - 1960 ("Les liaisons dangereuses") is a French-Italian coproduction, loosely inspired by a 1782 novel by Pierre Choderlos de Laclos. It was directed by Roger Vadim, and stars Jeanne Moreau, Gérard Philipe, Annette Vadim and Jean-Louis Trintignant. The screenplay was adapted by Claude Brulé, Roger Vailland and Roger Vadim.

Intended as a modern version of the once scandalous French novel, this 1959 film pits one woman's desire to manipulate others against the power of real love. Moreau plays Juliette de Merteuil, a conniving socialite who manipulates the Vicomte de Valmont (Philipe) into meeting and seducing pious Marianne (Vadim). Valmont and Marianne eventually fall in love, much to his dismay and to the delight of Merteuil.

Shot in the style of the French New Wave, DANGEROUS LIAISONS - 1960 features smoky black-and-white cinematography by Marcel Grignon, and a striking jazz score from Thelonious Monk. It was the next-to-last picture made by Philipe before his untimely passing at age 36. He died nearly eight weeks after the film was released. A region 1 DVD was issued by Wellspring several years ago, but is now out-of-print.


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