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{y:i}Napoleon wrote that military|{y:i}blunders and domestic catastrophes...
{y:i}... fanned the flames|{y:i}of the French Revolution.
{y:i}But the coup de grâce was|{y:i}a palace scandal...
{y:i}... involving a woman of nobility|{y:i}denied, a member of the royals...
{y:i}This notorious intrigue|{y:i}came to be known as...
...l'Affaire du Collier.
Jeanne de la Motte-Valois.
We have assembled to bring judgment|on you and the other defendants...
...as instructed by His Majesty,|Louis XVI.
Before reading the record|of your interrogation...
...do you care to make remarks|to this judging body?
I do.
If I reached for anything|that shone brilliantly...
...it was the vision of a home|denied me...
...and a sense of peace|I have never known.
In the eyes of God...
...and the world...
...I wanted my life to be|as it should have been.
{y:i}... you would come upon a king.
{y:i}From this lineage, |{y:i}there would emerge one whom I...
{y:i}... and all of France|{y:i}would come to know...
{y:i}... Jeanne Saint-Rémy de Valois.
Jeanne.
{y:i}Darnell Valois was a reformist.
{y:i}A champion of the common folk.
{y:i}The Valois name was associated|{y:i}with the resistance...
{y:i}... an association one could ill|{y:i}afford in those tumultuous days.
Who are they, Father?
- Bring him out!|- No!
{y:i}The monarchy believed the Valois name|{y:i}would be buried...
{y:i}... with the young girl's father.
{y:i}But the monarchy would prove|{y:i}to be wrong.
{y:i}That winter, her mother's|{y:i}broken heart gave out.
{y:i}And in an instant, |{y:i}Jeanne was an orphan.
{y:i}And I would cross paths|{y:i}with that damaged young woman...
{y:i}... many years hence.
{y:i}Jeanne grew up alone|{y:i}and accomplished it quickly.
{y:i}Vowing to restore honor|{y:i}to the Valois name...
{y:i}... she set her sights on the one|{y:i}person she felt could make it right...
{y:i}... the queen of all France, |{y:i}Marie-Antoinette.
The queen is in fine voice tonight.|The role of temptress suits her.
No doubt it is a role our Antoinette|has played before.
Who might that little tart belong to?
She goes by the name la Motte...
...countess, no less.|Claims to be of the house of Valois.
- What is to be gained by that?|- Perhaps, simply, it is the truth.
What a novel approach.
I'm told she owes her position|to a marriage of convenience.
Her husband comes and goes|as he pleases.
- With whomever he pleases.|- The poor dear.
Her dress walks the cusp of fashion.|Two seasons ago.
Her eyes, though.
Very exciting.
Be mindful|of whom you came with tonight.
As if it were possible to forget.
- Champagne, madame?|- No, thank you.
Brava, Majesty!
- Majesty.|- Majesty.
- It was an evening of triumph, yes?|- Your Majesty.
There's no need to worship at my feet.
I've only had a faint. You need not|revive me from the dead.
{y:i}In my years of service|{y:i}to the Crown...
{y:i}... I'd watched them come and go.
You again?
I've told you to keep your distance|from Her Majesty.
{y:i}Ambitious aristocrats|{y:i}trouncing one another...
{y:i}... to gain royal favor.
Forgive me. I was overcome|by the strain of an important matter.
{y:i}But she was different.
- One I feel the queen should hear.|- You and all the rest.
I've sought an audience,|but I'm turned away.
Her Majesty does not care to know you.
I will hear that from her own lips.
Minister Breteuil, this is not|worthy of your attention.
Allow me to attend to the countess.
See that you do.
Step aside, please.
I am Rétaux de Villette...
...your escort by command.
Ladies and gentlemen, the queen|of tarts, Antoinette!
{y:i}Antoinette and Madame Campan|{y:i}Together they did sup
{y:i}Taking turns they deeply drank|{y:i}From each other's loving cup
{y:i}In the hay she passed the day|{y:i}With Bonnervilles and Frank
{y:i}How do you think? 'Too too, ' we cry
{y:i}With a wink she did reply
It never works, you know.
Little ploys to garner|the queen's attention.
What's on the paper you were eager|to press into her regal palm?
Has this claim of heritage|been authenticated?
The king's minister of titles refuses|to see me. But I know the truth.
My father's estate was usurped|by the royal family.
- I wish to petition for its return.|- By accosting Antoinette?
No. Being a woman, the queen will be|more sympathetic to my situation.
Once she learns of the injustice|my family has endured, she will...
Please forgive me, countess.
It is so fresh, new...
...and naive.
It is remarkable how quickly|you've made yourself tiresome.
De la Motte?
I knew a Nicolas de la Motte|in the cavalry.
- Thank you.|- Though, at the time, he was no count.
Though it's not uncommon|to buy such titles.
What you suggest is insulting.
It's less attractive coming|from a common gigolo.
Well, I fancy myself quite uncommon|in that respect.
You've come too far! The count has a|temper. If I call out, he'll come.
And do what?
Separate you from the beloved tools|of your trade.
How disagreeable.
He's back, then?
I saw him a week ago|in Rambouillet.
Strange, though, he seemed ensconced|with an actress from the Comédie.
You inserted yourself in this.|How do you propose to take your leave?
- Have you any suggestions?|- Find a use for yourself.
Quickly.
At court, to obtain your desires,|you must know what others desire.
- And you have such knowledge?|- It's my second greatest talent.
{y:i}The countess' entry into court|{y:i}coincided with another...
{y:i}It was an amazing extravagance.
{y:i}A glorious tribute...
{y:i}... to the vanity of man.
This is the culmination of my life.
Its combined weight|is no less than 2,800 carats.
Well, Monsieur Böhmer, it is a marvel.
Thank you.
Bassenge and I|have put our souls into it.
And every livre you possess,|I'll wager.
We incurred some debt|purchasing the stones.
I'm sure you'll have no trouble|finding a buyer.
Our hope has always been that|it would find its place with you.
How curious!
It was suggested to me that|it was destined for Madame du Barry.
See to her needs.
- Madame du Barry?|- That trollop...
...my husband's grandfather|maintained.
Well, l...
I pray the whispers|are mere court gossip.
Otherwise, du Barry's banishment|would find you without a buyer.
If you would permit, we are...
...foggy on the exact order of events.
If Her Majesty would...
...try the necklace on?
Perhaps...
It is a phenomenon.
Still, I decline.
We are the appointed jewelers|to Her Majesty.
Our reputations will be shattered|if we seek buyers.
I did not commission the necklace.|I do not wish to acquire it.
- I need explain myself no further.|- L...
Shh! No, no. Shh!
- Your Majesty.|- Majesty.
- Your Majesty.|- Majesty.
You handled that well.
- I know not to speak.|- A lot of help...
He won't see me. I've tried.|Why should today be different?
Because the minister|of titles' aunt...
...is an acquaintance.
I am aware of your presence.
I can hear you thinking.
Thank you for seeing me.
You don't know how long I've waited|for this opportunity.
Please tell me.|Have you considered my petition?
It is unusual for you to come|on your own behalf.
In my experience, women don't possess|the temperament for negotiations.
It is more appropriate to discuss|this with the Count de la Motte.
The count is in Rambouillet.
In any event, it's my lineage|I wish to have authenticated.
It is my family's home|I wish returned.
Your petition places me|in a difficult position.
Your father was prone|to stirring up parliament.
He spoke out against poverty|and tyranny.
He was a treacherous liar.
He only wanted to better the world.|If there were more like him...
- Forgive me.|- He railed against the monarchy.
That will never be tolerated.
You know the importance|of a God-given name...
...and a home in which|it can flourish.
It defines us.
No doubt your request comes|from the heart.
- But there are higher considerations.|- I implore you!
If I have no legacy to pass on,|the name of Valois dies with me.
In the eyes of the royal family,|that would not be unfavorable.
This royal office...
...will not grant your petition.
It never will.
I can't accomplish what I came to do.
Proper channels be damned.
{y:i}The royal family had been well aware|{y:i}of this meeting.
{y:i}By crushing her hopes, they sought|{y:i}to end the Valois legacy...
{y:i}... and all that it stood for.
It's really quite simple.
To influence the minister of titles,|you must first have influence.
Hence, lesson one, the benefactor.
Perfect. The Marquis de Favras.
A most generous man with a most|generous appetite. For young men.
The Comte de Blonde, keeper|of the royal seals.
Wealthy, powerful...
...and enthusiastically pursues|all members of the female gender.
For what reason I cannot imagine. He's|as virile as an empty sausage skin.
- And him?|- Ah, yes, Pierre Charron.
He has killed four men, loves a hunt|and despite his flirtations...
...maintains but a single lover...
...his benefactor,|the Marquis de Favras.
Lechers and parasites.|Is that all there is?
Welcome to court.
Here, appearance is everything.
And I mean no offense, countess,|but yours is lacking.
Your dress and living arrangements|must improve.
Plainly, you need money.|To obtain it...
...find favor with someone|who has it.
Rétaux, my precious!
Look, ho!
Three sensual sirens of the sea.
How long will you suffer|the whims of old women?
Suffer? I bring joy|to venerable ladies. I'm often...
You evade the question, monsieur.
I shall stop suffering the whims|of older women when...
...someone more intriguing|enters my world.
Am I to suppose you have no one|you care for now?
There was one. The self-proclaimed|Duchess de Vossi.
In truth, a courtesan|of the highest stature.
She entertained only the noble elite|in her bed of pleasures.
Mother.
She taught me the intricacies|of court life.
From the noblemen that came to|our rooms I observed manner and wit.
Who can say? One of these fops|bobbling past us now...
...could well be my father.
An amusing thought at best.
How skillfully you play the rogue.
Yet even you cannot mask|such impenetrable loneliness.
Are we that much alike, countess?
Next lesson.
Always choose a benefactor|of noble means.
For instance, Louis de Rohan...
...cardinal of all France and blood|prince of the infamous house of Rohan.
He is a debaucher|of legendary proportions.
His parties are lavish,|orgiastic affairs.
They've arrived. One hour late|as required by royalty.
This should be entertaining.
Why such a chill|between him and the queen?
Years ago, on a pilgrimage,|Rohan bedded half the Austrian court.
He jested Antoinette's mother|had begged her turn.
This slander got back to her.|She never forgave him.
- Despite his efforts to heal the rift.|- He needs her approval?
He wishes to follow Richelieu|and become prime minister.
Antoinette blocks his progress?
At every turn.
It's all right. Come out, my dear.
Let me introduce Colleen.
This lady is a maid|of the queen's private quarters.
I have come as you requested.
They would cut my hands off|if I were caught.
But de Villette was so heartfelt|in his request, I could not refuse.
Countess, unbeknownst|to Her Majesty...
...you are about to become|her closest confidant.
My curiosity about Your Eminence...
My curiosity about Your Eminence...
A rare miss, Your Eminence.
You distracted me.
Then I've fulfilled my obligation|as a woman.
- I am unfamiliar with you.|- You're right, I've intruded.
My curiosity about Your Eminence|overcame my sense of formality.
What could ignite such curiosity?
I have heard it said you are a man|of copious desires.
Some desires run deeper than others.
I accompany the queen most days|at Versailles.
These are letters she wrote|when I was abroad.
Why bring them to my attention?
The damaged feelings between you|are well-known...
...but old wounds may be healing.
- The queen has said as much?|- It's intuition on my part.
But with subtle persuasion, you|could make progress with Her Majesty.
And you will apply these gentle|pressures in return for what?
Your Eminence's gratitude|is all I require.
And...
...your patronage, from time to time.
Your offer is compelling.
But I must decline.
You're likely a fraud.|The court is riddled with them.
And a man of my office|is often a target.
That you should doubt my veracity|is indeed a hurtful blow.
I've upset you.
Abel, please, leave us.
I wish to offer a word of comfort|in private.
I was wrong to come here.|I see that now.
Yet you are here.
I cannot be comfortable|with a man who doubts me.
In times of doubt...
...prayer is the answer.
IKneel before me.
I will rest my hands|on your shoulders...
...and we'll pray together.
I respectfully decline, Your Eminence.
I'm the cardinal of all France.
If the cardinal of all France|wishes you to pray with him...
...you'll do so.
Come.
You will not hold back.
Pray deeply...
...and with conviction.
Your Eminence.
No. L...
- Where'd you get this?|- Antoinette's chambers.
She does the embroidery herself.
I've noticed them.
A reminder of what could have been.
Wait!
Maybe there is a way.
A means by which to verify your claim.
{y:i}It so happens I have taken under|{y:i}my patronage an extraordinary man.
{y:i}He is grand master of the Illuminati, |{y:i}the German mystic elite.
{y:i}He is an accomplished mesmerist...
{y:i}... who claims to have conquered|{y:i}disease and death several times over.
{y:i}His visions and prognostications|{y:i}have proven accurate time and again.
Count Cagliostro...
...we are honored.
I sense many of you|have questions for me...
...that concern love, fate,|even betrayal.
But these answers will have to wait.
I'm drawn to a face that's new.
You seek an alliance|with the cardinal, yes?
I'm certain many people bring|favorable offers before His Eminence.
But your alliance|is what concerns us tonight.
Comtesse de la Motte.
I haven't spoken a word about you|to this man. He truly is a marvel.
Or particularly well-informed.
You doubt my abilities?
I sense such turmoil within you.|I sense fear as well.
I am not afraid.
This is one of the more delightful|evenings I've spent in a catacomb.
Early on...
...you learned to hide what you feel.
You've had great losses in your life.
Shall I go deeper?
There is no one here who hasn't lost|something which can't be replaced.
You were taken in by strangers,|then cast aside.
Always, you were on the outside|looking in...
...longing for that|which was taken from you.
Still...
...that's not what hurt most.
I see you...
...hovering over a cold grave...
...wishing it were your own...
...but it was not.
Was it?
Comtesse?
A grave...
...dug for your mother's coffin.
Have I gone far enough?
Well, then, who's next?
Oh, that's working splendidly.
Smooth and even, monsieur.
A job done with conscientiousness|is a job that endures.
Yes, Majesty.
If he directed government like that,|France would rule the world.
"Maman", watch me, watch me!
They are such a comfort to me.|A wonderful distraction.
- I heard there were more disturbances.|- A small gathering of malcontents.
- How small a gathering?|- Nearly 200.
- No doubt my name was used in vain.|- Arrests were made, naturally.
Why do the people hate me?|It wasn't always so.
Your Majesty is not the source|of the animosity.
You're merely a symbol|to aim it at.
You show fantastic audacity|in seeking me out.
Though I knew you would.
Did you denounce me to the cardinal?
I told him that despite|your troubled past...
...I did sense an opportunity.
If you'd like my visions of you|to remain positive, share...
...in what you gain from the cardinal.
I was caught off guard by the intimate|details you knew about my life.
And then I realized|the Marquise Boulainvilliers...
...a charitable woman who took me|in as a child, she was superstitious.
Magicians and mesmerists often|entertained in her parlor.
What is that to me?
A person of your colorful nature may|have found their way into her home.
In the course|of your prognostications...
...you may have asked her|a few questions.
If you'd like to trade secrets|in front of the cardinal...
...keep in mind I have his confidence.|Also, the court is full of people...
...who would tear you to pieces|if I fed them enough lies.
Be careful.
I've done this a long time.
That is precisely why I will do it.|I have nothing to lose.
IKeep him interested in me|and you will share in the rewards.
But remember that our fates|will now be joined as one.
I sense a surprising alliance|on the horizon.
Long life, countess.
{y:i}To Louis de Rohan, |{y:i}cardinal of France.
{y:i}It has come to mind|{y:i}that the silence between us...
{y:i}... has gone on far, far too long.
Excellency, Jeanne de la Motte...
"An apology would seem|the proper starting point...
...if we are to mend|damaged feelings."
A prince of the house of Rohan|apologize? It's never been done.
For years you've anguished.|She hasn't given you a look or a word.
You now hold a letter from her|of the most affable nature.
Yes, well, I submit Antoinette's|loathing of me has become somewhat...
...more than an irritation.
You need not suffer anymore.
If I acquiesced, would the reply|be delivered by your hand?
It would reach Her Majesty|no other way.
Very well.
A note of credit will be advanced|to you in the sum of 5,000 gold louis.
Twenty thousand would seem|more appropriate.
Are you attempting to bargain with me?
Not long ago, a young woman|much like yourself...
...attempted to extort money from me.
She came forth with claims|of having experienced...
...some mistreatment at my hands.
Her accusations were,|of course, unfounded.
She was the niece of the captain|of my private guard.
One night, her uncle slipped|into this young woman's room...
...with a very sharp blade.
He slit the poor girl|from her genitalia...
...to the dimple on her pretty chin.
Do you know why a man would do|such a thing to his own kin?
Because I told him to.
Never test my good nature, countess.
I must ask that Your Eminence|be mindful.
I can shatter this correspondence|as easily as I formed it.
{y:i}The cardinal's threat inspired renewed|{y:i}communications from Antoinette.
Dearest Rohan...
{y:i}In time, His Eminence made clear his|{y:i}wish to meet the queen in private.
I'm anxious for reconciliation.
My earnest cardinal...
{y:i}For the hopeful countess|{y:i}and her devotee...
{y:i}... keeping the cardinal at arm's|{y:i}length drew them even closer.
You may count on my discretion.
{y:i}Yet, as Rohan's correspondence with|{y:i}the queen grew more intimate...
- Your devoted cardinal.|- Your devoted queen.
{y:i}... those on the streets of Paris|{y:i}saw Her Majesty...
{y:i}... in a far different light.
{y:i}Antoinette responded|{y:i}by cloistering herself...
{y:i}... behind the gilded gates|{y:i}of Versailles.
{y:i}In that privileged asylum, it's little|{y:i}wonder the queen failed to notice...
{y:i}... a burgeoning threat|{y:i}in her very midst.
- Is that the Countess de la Motte?|- What caused the transformation?
I've heard that Antoinette has taken|the countess under her wing.
Monsieur de Villette informs me|that they've become ever so close.
{y:i}In the beginning, |{y:i}it was my intent to simply use you.
{y:i}A confession. |{y:i}This is a fragile moment.
{y:i}Yet somewhere along the journey...
{y:i}... I have come to rely on you.
{y:i}I have never felt|{y:i}that way about anyone.
Nicolas! How dare you?
It is seldom a man gets to watch|his wife make love from...
...that vantage point.
You are not welcome here.|Go back to your actress.
Upon hearing of your change in|fortunes, my affections rekindled.
In a blink, she seemed drab|and common, whereas...
...you were once again|my reason to live.
I've missed your touch.
Nicolas. Do not do this.
To what do you refer, my cherished?
- Let's sort this out in another way.|- What happened, Rétaux?
Did you grow weary of plowing your way|through the old women?
It was bound to happen, I suppose.
Forgive me! I heard a noise|and I took the gun from your bag!
- Rosalie, you've just shot my husband!|- Oh, God!
Goddamn!
Are you digging for potatoes? Go easy!
I didn't tell you how|to get this projectile in.
Do not presume to tell me|how to get it out.
Goddamn!
- It is lodged in the fleshy tissues.|- Madame, there's a gentleman here.
- How lovely. Monsieur Bassenge.|- Madame.
To what do I owe the honor?
Oh, dear. One of the menials|is having a tooth drawn.
- It's never a pleasant procedure.|- No.
- Please sit. Will you take some port?|- That's very kind, thank you.
Monsieur Böhmer could not join me.
He is in his sickbed over the matter|about which I wish to speak.
I pray his discomfort is not serious.
This burden has leeched the very will|to live out of a formerly robust man.
If I can improve the situation,|you may rely on me.
It has come to my attention that|you have influence with Antoinette.
On certain issues.
Then I'd like to make you aware|of a rather lucrative proposition.
I must ask you keep this|in strict confidence.
My lady.
We would like you to re-introduce the|idea of the necklace to Her Majesty.
If a bargain were struck,|be assured of a commission.
- A very generous commission.|- Please, countess, won't you help us?
The interest alone on what we paid|for the diamonds is ruining us.
{y:i}And so there was a fateful meeting.
{y:i}The countess born|{y:i}by the grace of God...
{y:i}... and the necklace formed|{y:i}by the hand of man.
{y:i}One without the other|{y:i}could do little harm.
{y:i}But together...
It was fantastic, wasn't it?
That necklace could vastly improve|a person's situation.
- Are we not blessed with a benefactor?|- Rohan?
No, this is a very dangerous idea.
A charming fellow once told me|something worthwhile.
The way to get to what you desire is|to know what everyone else desires.
The jewelers know only the queen|can relieve them of their creation.
Then we have our benefactor, Louis|de Rohan, cardinal of all France.
He desires the one thing his wealth|can't acquire, the prime ministership.
But what he doesn't realize is the|queen secretly desires the necklace.
So if Rohan could somehow|make the transaction possible...
...the jewelers would have a home|for the necklace with the queen.
Brilliant, but one tiny flaw.|The queen doesn't desire the necklace.
You really must keep abreast|of current events, my love.
It would seem Her Majesty|has had a change of heart.
Why does Antoinette wish to obtain|this brutish trinket...
...in such secrecy?
Such an extravagance could cause|further unrest among the people.
Then why ensnare His Eminence|in such a venture?
She seeks a discreet intermediary.
One who can be a guarantee|to the jeweler...
...should she be forced by circumstances|to default on her payment.
I beg your pardon, Your Eminence.|Mademoiselle Subur has arrived...
...for her religious tutorial.
Escort her to my private chapel.|I'll be along momentarily.
You've improved your position|with the queen. Help her...
...and the path to the prime|minister's post will be short.
I've grown tired of treading|that path on my hands and knees.
- What do you have to say?|- I do sense an opportunity.
Stay the course.
No. No!
I've denounced my own character|in writing.
I've paid you exorbitantly|to exert your influence.
Yet my every request|has been ignored.
Unless I meet Her Majesty...
...our arrangement is over.
Now if you'll excuse me...
...an eager young mind awaits.
This is an opportunity|that may never come again.
With the necklace, I have a chance|to take back what was...
I have a chance to get my home back.|It's all I ever wanted.
If I could bring it back for you,|I would. But honestly, I do not...
If the cardinal wishes to meet|the queen, he should meet the queen.
You're naughty.
Let's say we convince Rohan to act|as guarantor for the necklace.
What'll happen when no payment's|made by Antoinette?
I imagine the eye of Rohan|will turn our way.
Yes, and shit will rain upon us|in biblical amounts.
I'm not interested|in being his catch basin.
Nor am I. But to implicate us would|expose his own part in the scandal.
Don't you think he'd pay off the|jewelers to cover up the affair?
Yes, I'm sure he would.
Then have our throats cut|in a dark and disagreeable place.
Yes, I have thought about that|unpleasant eventuality.
I feel we could persuade him|that forgiveness is his only recourse.
What do you propose we do|about Nicolas? He could betray us.
Not if we bring him into the fold.
As hypocritical as it sounds...
...he may even be of help to us.|Please.
I'll speak with him alone.|He'll be more receptive.
Oh, yes, I'm sure he will be.
I knew something grand was afoot.
Rest assured I'll be an asset to this.
You can best help|by showing restraint.
It will be important that all|seems normal in this household.
I like that part very much.
What role does|the gigolo play though?
Will he be an out-of-town cousin?
Rétaux will do his part. You need only|concentrate on not being yourself.
Don't be angry with me.
I am the way I am.
You know as well as l, our marriage|has always been an arrangement.
You needed a title to gain access|to the royal court.
You took me on because|I bought you that title.
I've never been more than|a stepping stone in your eyes.
No. I saw something worthy|in you at one time.
Even gallant.
I wanted nothing more than|to make it a real marriage.
Perhaps we could have that now.
But you see, now it is an arrangement.
{y:i}The perfect man for the job|{y:i}was dispatched with haste.
- How do you do?|- How do you do?
- Are you alone?|- Not now.
"Not now."|I have a proposition for you.
This is more intrigue|than I bargained for.
The king's in Paris.|It has to be tonight.
You are to wait here.
I must confess, I am nervous.|My God, I'm shaking.
Give Her Majesty time|to gaze upon you.
If she feels it is right,|she'll signal.
- I understand.|- Be ready to flee at a moment's notice.
Say only what we've rehearsed.|And have confidence.
- It is only acting, yes?|- Yes, but it must be convincing.
- We have the grove to ourselves.|- Excellent!
- Is that necessary?|- Yes, it is necessary.
- The wound on my ass is barking!|- And you deserve it.
Forgiveness is a rose without thorns.
If I have offended Your Majesty,|I've suffered for it.
This is not necessary.
I remember your first day|at Versailles.
You were a young girl of 1 4...
...with sweet rosebud lips.
I was a young bishop then,|and well-liked.
I felt a connection between|that young girl and that young man.
- It transcended curiosity.|- I remember.
Get away, you dirty boy.
Someone's in the garden.|There's someone else in the garden.
We must go. Now!
- What was that?|- Guards of the palace!
Follow me! Intruder on the grounds!
Follow me!
This way!
- Come on!|- I say we separate. You go that way.
You there! Stand fast where you are!|Come back!
Stop for nothing.
There's a trail through the marsh!
He passed by here. I'm certain!
You there, search the bank!|Go find these bastards!
- You've attempted to deceive me.|- Deceive you?
Don't play games with me.
Your Majesty.
I know what you're up to.
Antoinette is secretly|in love with me.
Deny it if you will.|But don't ask me to play the fool.
{y:i}My dearest Antoinette: |{y:i}Our meeting at the grove was for me...
{y:i}... like the end of an epic journey.
{y:i}To hear from Her Majesty's|{y:i}lips such words...
{y:i}And so, a bargain was struck.
{y:i}The queen intended to pay|{y:i}for the necklace...
{y:i}... in two months' time, on the day|{y:i}of the Feast of the Assumption.
{y:i}As guarantor, the cardinal was at risk|{y:i}for a considerable sum.
{y:i}When concern crept in, |{y:i}the cardinal sought a higher power.
You wish to ascertain|if the risk is warranted?
{y:i}Caesar had dream interpreters.
{y:i}Hannibal utilized stargazers|{y:i}and soothsayers.
{y:i}Great men of destiny|{y:i}need those who can see...
{y:i}... beyond their own grand vision.
Behold.
I gaze into sanctified waters.|I see a woman.
She places an object around your neck.|It is made of gold.
{y:i}Cagliostro spun a divine|{y:i}prognostication.
Did my vision hold meaning for you?
The seal of the prime minister|is in the form of a medallion.
A medallion of pure gold.
Long life, my friend.
- Did all go well?|- I was brilliant, of course.
From the queen.
It is a dispatch from Her Majesty.
The item of interest is to be turned|over to her messenger.
- Do you have confidence in him?|- His name is Argille.
He attends the queen's chambers.
May I?
I'm responsible for this object|to the sum of one million gold louis.
Do you have confidence in this man?
Answer carefully.|You will be held accountable.
Monsieur Argille is not without faults.
Yet when it comes to his devotion,|no one can compare.
You'll no doubt reap untold rewards|for what you've done.
{y:i}To Jeanne, the whole necklace|{y:i}was not as glorious...
{y:i}... as what its parts could yield.
{y:i}It was a means to an end.
{y:i}And though I will not justify|{y:i}the actions of the young countess...
{y:i}... I later came to understand|{y:i}her reasoning.
{y:i}Who does not aspire to take back|{y:i}what was taken from them?
{y:i}Who does not dream of returning home?
- Welcome.|- Thank you.
{y:i}Jeanne, you promised to take me|{y:i}for a ride today.
{y:i}Have you forgotten?
{y:i}My dear wayward countess:
{y:i}It's been weeks since|{y:i}my meeting with Her Majesty...
{y:i}... and still I've not heard a word.
{y:i}Your continued absence from Paris|{y:i}has put me ill at ease.
{y:i}Wherever you may be, I trust you|{y:i}spend your time furthering my cause.
{y:i}With the Feast of the Assumption|{y:i}upon us...
{y:i}... I must insist|{y:i}you correspond soon...
{y:i}... and apprise me|{y:i}of Her Majesty's disposition.
{y:i}Until then, I shall keep|{y:i}my anxious thoughts at bay...
{y:i}... with my duties of providing|{y:i}the people...
{y:i}... with spiritual guidance.
- For the evening.|- Brocade, is it?
- The finest.|- Very nice. What else?
I'll see it all.|Everything, everything.
With your eyes.
- And, of course...|- Is this your daughter?
- Yes, count, my eldest.|- You're very lovely.
Have you ever considered|life in the theater?
The plasterer couldn't reach|that high edifice.
I designed a system of pulleys|so he could be elevated.
Fascinating, Your Majesty.|Stunningly resourceful.
Compliments of Böhmer|and Bassenge jewelers.
It is a bejeweled amulet.
A token of our appreciation|for your patronage these many years.
That jeweler has been grinning like|a jackal all afternoon. Now this.
"Madame, we are at the pinnacle|of happiness with our arrangement.
We take satisfaction in knowing|the most beautiful creation...
...will adorn the most|exemplary of queens."
I'm not sure what to make of it.
I think only one explanation|will suffice.
Monsieur Böhmer has gone quite mad.
{y:i}Her Majesty was at times|{y:i}conveniently naive...
{y:i}... and I wanted to count the incident|{y:i}as just another act of a fool.
{y:i}But in a growing climate of unrest, |{y:i}no one could be trusted.
Debauchers and whores in fine silk!
The king and that harlot,|Antoinette...
...drain the life's blood|of our national character!
Oh, God.
Quite a lot of excitement.
Yes. Desmoulins speaks|with such fiery passion.
Fiery passion happens to be|the very attribute I hold most dear.
- Pardon me, monsieur.|- Yes?
I wasn't bothering the mademoiselle.
A few of the merchants inform me|that you've been selling diamonds.
I'm a licensed broker|of precious stones.
I trade frequently here|and in Amsterdam.
Then monsieur wouldn't mind|producing credentials.
Of course.
They're in my rooms at the hotel.
Care to accompany me there|to clear this up?
- I think we should.|- Well, then.
A striking outfit. Very sharp.
Stop!
Sainted mother of Jesus!|I nearly soiled myself.
Clever to run back here.|That way they can have us all.
Shut up or I'll cut that tongue!
- Get off me!|- Nicolas!
You've had a scare.|I know you're upset...
...but you must maintain|your temper, please.
You won't sell diamonds|in Paris anymore.
Agreed?
Say it!
Agreed.
We must leave the country.|Once this unravels...
...Rohan'll have our heads staked.
Let us not forget the cardinal's|letters to the queen.
This one proclaiming his love|would be damaging.
Suppose the cardinal|doesn't give a damn?
We've laid our plans.
Now we must trust in them.
{y:i}Jeanne would have to enter into|{y:i}a new arrangement with the cardinal.
{y:i}Patronage to blackmail.
Colleen?
The cardinal is about to find out|he was the victim of a fraud.
Then he'll want blood.
But he'll be told, should harm|come to us, these letters...
...will get to the house minister.
It's too dangerous.|I will not be a part of this.
I'm sorry to hear that.|I wanted to properly thank you...
...for this very important task.
Your trusted servant, countess.
{y:i}Dear Monsieur Böhmer: |{y:i}I'm a friend who writes to warn you...
{y:i}... of a plot involving yourself, |{y:i}Cardinal Rohan...
{y:i}... and a particular necklace.
{y:i}Antoinette has no interest|{y:i}in the necklace.
{y:i}When Cardinal Rohan realizes this...
{y:i}... he'll no longer stand as guarantor.
{y:i}The countess knew Monsieur Böhmer|{y:i}to be a man of nervous disposition.
{y:i}She felt he'd head straight|{y:i}to Cardinal Rohan.
{y:i}Once the cardinal|{y:i}realized he'd been duped...
{y:i}... he would pay off the jewelers|{y:i}to avoid humiliation.
{y:i}History would have proven|{y:i}her plan sound...
{y:i}... had a certain|{y:i}individual's suspicions...
{y:i}... not come into play.
Give way, we have important business!
Are you deaf?
Give way!
Minister Breteuil.
What an unexpected appearance.
- You've been acting strangely.|- I act no differently than always.
Where are you going?
Pressing engagement with|a confidential client.
Urgent rendezvous,|secretive clientele?
I had no idea your position|was so full of intrigue.
You'll never find a more|clandestine profession.
I'm fascinated, Monsieur Böhmer.|I want to learn more.
It makes perfect sense.
What better occasion than the feast|to announce the new prime minister?
You think so?
Why else would the king and queen|summon you in such a manner?
It is an historic day|for the house of Rohan.
Extremely historic, Your Eminence.
You look troubled, Your Eminence.
Nothing must mar this day.
I want my mind clear to enjoy|what I have so courageously earned.
There's something we must do.
Under what conditions|was this statement made?
A verbal interrogation. It lasted|all of a minute before Böhmer...
...gushed forth what he knew|like a ruptured water gut.
Do you deny your|participation in this?
No.
- Do you disagree with anything?|- I do not.
Then you admit you used|the queen's good name...
...to acquire this necklace|for your own gains?
For my own gains?
I most vehemently deny it,|Your Majesty!
How could you believe that I would|choose you as my emissary?
You, to whom I have not addressed|a word in nearly 10 years.
Do you not remember, Your Majesty?
Your behavior shows something|familiar I do not care for.
Countess.
Leave us.
I beseech you. For the sake|of the good name of my family...
...hush this matter up until...|- The king gave his instructions.
- Leave the chamber.|- It was the countess.
- You see, she...|- Leave the chamber.
How dare you touch me?|What insult is this?
- The king has ordered your arrest.|- That's impossible.
I advise you not to make a scene.
{y:i}What the countess|{y:i}had so daringly conceived...
{y:i}... now began to unravel|{y:i}at a frightening pace.
{y:i}And those of dubious character|{y:i}were quick to distance themselves.
I heard news in Paris.
- Rohan was sent to the Bastille.|- His cell will be the best they have.
He has most certainly implicated us.
I won't leave. The name is spoken with|respect again. I won't diminish...
To hell with the name!|It will do you no good...
Then go, Rétaux!|I haven't asked you to stay.
Please tell me, madame.
Conspiracy was not all|that held us together?
Save yourself. I want you to.
Who will protect you if I go?
Nicolas? If it comes to it,|he'll give you up to save himself.
You needn't concern yourself|with Nicolas.
- Nicolas!|- He's taken his leave!
- Let him go, please!|- No!
Stay away.
Please, you must not remain here.|Come away with me now.
What's there in a name|that is worth your life?
Tell me, Jeanne!|I cannot see the reason!
It only matters that I see it.
Please try to understand.
Jeanne de la Motte-Valois?
You have the honor, monsieur.
{y:i}As the gossip spread, |{y:i}the people were quick to believe...
{y:i}... that Antoinette, the cardinal|{y:i}and the necklace were joined as one...
{y:i}... in a circle of lust and deceit.
Thieves, the two of you!
I think the case must be tried|in open parliament.
That would be a mistake.
It is within the king's right|to pass judgment.
Why place it in unsympathetic hands?
The people only respect|the judgment of parliament.
If it convicts Rohan|as the sole perpetrator...
...my name will be absolved.|- And if they acquit him?
Isn't that saying you are guilty?
His Majesty is correct.|You could not be tried...
...but the guilt would fall|to you all the same.
Public vindication, house minister.|I will accept nothing less.
Your thoughts, house minister.
The queen offers up a sweet plum|before ravens.
Pray none takes a bite.
{y:i}Jeanne's arrest fueled the hysteria|{y:i}surrounding the necklace conspiracy.
{y:i}Some saw the countess|{y:i}as a cunning opportunist...
{y:i}... others as an unwitting pawn|{y:i}of the monarchy.
{y:i}Dearest countess:
{y:i}Before the eye of suspicion|{y:i}turns my way...
{y:i}... I think it is in my best interest|{y:i}to make a hasty departure.
{y:i}I do wish you a positive outcome|{y:i}in the trial.
{y:i}Having said that, it is my sincere|{y:i}hope that I never see you again.
{y:i}Farewell, countess...
{y:i}... for France has seen the last|{y:i}of Count Cagliostro.
{y:i}The count's departure|{y:i}took him no further...
{y:i}... than his own front door, |{y:i}where he was promptly arrested...
{y:i}... and delivered to his new|{y:i}accommodations, the Bastille.
On this, the 22nd day of May, 1 786...
...the matter of the Crown versus|Cardinal de Rohan...
...and Jeanne Valois,|Countess de la Motte...
If I reached for anything|that shined brilliantly...
...it was for the home denied me|and the peace I've never known.
In the eyes of God and the world...
...I wanted my life to be|as it should've been.
How was it that you entered|into this arrangement?
I am aware of forces|at work against me.
The cardinal said you were|in collusion...
...a ruse to hide your true intent.
I can think of no misdeed|to account for my arrest.
Trickery is his only gift.
He used it with Jeanne de la Motte|to manipulate me.
{y:i}Daily reports to Her Majesty|{y:i}became a ritual...
{y:i}... and pressure for a favorable|{y:i}outcome, a royal obsession.
After I relinquished|the necklace...
...Count de la Motte|visited a brokerage.
My investigators tell me that|he sold to the owner four diamonds.
We must have proof of your charges.
Can you provide any tangible evidence?
Yes. The letters from the queen.
The countess must've forged|them somehow.
Produce them then.
I am... I am unable to do so.
It was the day of the Feast of the|Assumption when this horror began.
I assumed I'd receive|the prime ministership.
To protect Her Majesty,|I ordered the letters to be burned.
It was only after my arrest...
...I realized I had destroyed the only|evidence that could clear my name.
If I might be allowed more time,|I could gather...
Did you presume while you sat idle|in the Bastille, I was idle as well?
Your veil, please.
Cardinal Rohan, is this the woman|you encountered in the grove?
Yes, I'm certain of it.
Mademoiselle,|state your name, please.
Nicole Leguay d'Oliva.
A common street performer?
- Has this become public?|- Regrettably, yes.
The news sheets are having|a day of it.
Rohan and the Countess de la Motte|must suffer for this.
Do not fail me, Breteuil.
{y:i}Revealing the queen's impersonator|{y:i}aided the cardinal's cause...
{y:i}... but it was not|{y:i}without forethought.
{y:i}By doing so, I was able to employ|{y:i}one more bit of skullduggery.
Aren't you curious to know|how we found Nicole d'Oliva?
One of your coconspirators|was arrested.
He instructed us on where|to find the impostor.
He has made us aware of your notes|written in the name of the queen.
He stated when the cardinal|realized the notes were forgeries...
...he fell in with your plans|to steal the necklace.
- Who is this person?|- No. Wait!
This is a ruinous lie!
This is a treacherous machination!
Who is this person?|Where are they?
He has expressed the desire|not to see you.
During a trial, is it not my right to|confront any accuser?
My love.
My dear countess.
If I'd known I'd be receiving, I might|have done something with myself.
What have they done?
I have it on good authority Nicolas|made it to Austria.
He's beyond their reach.
They practiced humiliations upon me...
...I could not allow to continue.
Perhaps a man less vain|would not have relented.
Everyone gives in at the last.
Forgive me, Jeanne.
Forgive me|or I cannot live with myself!
I love you, Rétaux.
That should have been enough.
I'm sorry.
The house minister|visits the Bastille.
Surely not a social call.
Before the sentences are rendered...
...you will have a chance|to sign a confession.
Implicate Cardinal Rohan|to the crime...
...in a clear manner.
I will not.
It would seem to be|your only chance for salvation.
You have an engaging smile, countess.
Though now seems a curious time|to make use of it.
I was just thinking how strange it is,|Your Majesty.
Of all the times|I have sought you...
...in the end|you complete the effort.
I merely felt compelled to look upon|the architect of such chaos.
It must be you.|Rohan is not clever enough.
- That is for parliament to say.|- Stay where you are, Breteuil!
You have damaged my reputation|and I mean to know why.
Speak the truth.
What disservice|have I ever done the likes of you?
You ignored me.
To offer a word of advice would have|cost you but a few breaths...
...and it would have|meant the world to me.
There can be no doubt I would have|traveled a different path.
You must now consider the broader|consequences of this matter.
If you weaken the monarchy,|you undermine the entire nation.
You weakened yourselves long before a|diamond necklace became the issue.
I've seen what I came to see.
Your Majesty.
I did not set out to harm you.
As concern the charges|of theft and conspiracy...
...the decisions rendered|by this body of judges...
...shall be carried out this day|without hesitation or appeal.
Count Cagliostro.
You are hereby acquitted...
...on the grounds of|insufficient evidence.
You are to be considered exonerated|by this body of judges.
A wise and a just decision.
Marc-Antoine Rétaux de Villette.
By the Court of France...
...you have been found guilty...
...and are condemned to|banishment for life...
...from the kingdom of France.
All of your possessions are|to be forfeited to the king.
The judgment of parliament is final.
Justice has been served.
Cardinal Louis de Rohan...
...grand almoner of France and|prince of the house of Rohan.
This body of judges...
...acquits you on all charges|without reprimand.
You are hence to be considered|completely exonerated.
Order, please.
Jeanne de la Motte-Valois.
Your verdict has been rendered...
...but will not be read at this time.
You are to be detained here|in the Conciergerie...
...until informed otherwise.
{y:i}The countess' verdict was delayed|{y:i}by order of the king himself.
{y:i}His Majesty feared the people...
{y:i}... and how they may react|{y:i}when told of Jeanne's fate.
{y:i}Meanwhile, Rohan's vindication|{y:i}sent a clear message to Versailles.
They vindicate Rohan|to cause me anguish.
It is an affront to my womanhood!
Do not do this to yourself, I beg you!
Parliament doesn't believe...
...my character is free of scandal.
I will give them what they want.
I will live here quietly|in my disgrace.
It's what they've always wanted!
{y:i}Though Antoinette wasn't on trial...
{y:i}... the people saw her|{y:i}as guilty of excess...
{y:i}... greed and worst of all...
{y:i}... indifference.
Countess.
It's time.
Jeanne de la Motte-Valois.
You have been found|guilty on all charges.
{y:i}Before her sentence was read...
{y:i}... the countess was allowed|{y:i}to address the court...
{y:i}... one last time.
Whatever fate awaits me...
...it cannot compare to the pain|that I...
When all you hold dear is taken...
...and you have nothing left...
...risk is of little consequence.
When a ray of hope came into view,|I reached for it.
With all my might.
I realize...
I realize now that it is too late...
...that honor does not live in a name.
It comes from|what you carry in your heart.
{y:i}V.
Voleur. "The mark of a thief. "
{y:i}And so ended the life|{y:i}of Marie-Antoinette.
{y:i}I did not see the queen's demise...
{y:i}... as I had long since fled the|{y:i}horrors of the new regime.
{y:i}Though rumors circulated as to|{y:i}the eventual fate of the countess...
{y:i}... the truth was rather|{y:i}common and sad.
{y:i}She was taken to a woman's prison of|{y:i}the most horrible conditions...
{y:i}... where she languished|{y:i}for nearly two years.
"We heard rumors but had no idea|of the changes taking place.
It was not until I effected my escape|and reached England..."
{y:i}It was there, in England...
{y:i}... she published her memoirs.
{y:i}And for a brief moment found the|{y:i}acceptance that had eluded her...
{y:i}... for so many years.
- A remarkable account.|- Thank you.
How sad to be separated from home.
Will you ever return to France?
I should like to someday.
{y:i}Jeanne Saint-Rémy de Valois...
{y:i}... the woman who helped topple a|{y:i}monarchy, never returned to France.
{y:i}She died in a fall from the window|{y:i}of a London hotel.
{y:i}Some claimed it was an act of revenge|{y:i}by agents of the royal family.
{y:i}The truth was never known.
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Alladin and the Wonderful Lamp
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