Valmont (1989) CD2
-What's your name, young man?|-Chevalier de Danceny.
Good wrist.|I'm glad you want to join my regiment.
I don't, sir.
Such a pity that he doesn't have any children.
Children just adore my nephew.
I'm not a child!
Of course not. You're a knight defending|the honor of his lady.
You've known Monsieur de Valmont|a long time, haven't you?
Yes. A long time.
What kind of man is he?
If I had a brother,|I'd want him to be just like Valmont.
Do you think a man can change?
How old are you?
May I offer you some advice?
I think you should leave this place, madame.
I think you should go and join your husband.
Why do you say that?
Are you in love with Monsieur de Valmont?
No, certainly not.
Sorry. I'm sorry.
Because he's in love with you, you know?
I'm dying. Forgive me my sins. Have mercy!
-I'm dying. Forgive me!|-He's dead! I killed him.
Good night, my dears.
-Good night.|-Good night.
I don't recognize you. Just look at her.
How can you resist this?
Please don't start that again.
How's it going with the little Tourvel?
Would you like to cancel our bet?
-Aren't you getting a little too serious?|-What are you talking about?
About love, my angel.
I have to write a letter to Danceny.
It's all right.
It's all right. You don't have|to keep any secrets from him.
He's our friend.
Would you come and read it after I finish|and tell me if it's all right?
Why don't you ask Monsieur de Valmont?
He knows what men like to hear.
Would you, monsieur?
Of course he will. Now go up, start your letter.
-He'll be right up to help you.|-All right.
You never stop, do you?
All I'm asking is that|you help the poor child to write a letter.
Monsieur de Valmont.
-May I talk to you for a moment, please?|-Of course.
-Sit down, please.|-Monsieur de Valmont?
-Yes?|-No, please don't interrupt me.
I would never tell you what to do...
Please, go away.
I know I should be the one to leave.
I know it's my duty, but I haven't the strength.
I can't go on like this.
When I sit down, you sit next to me.|When I speak, you answer.
I blush in your company, and everybody sees it.
When I am alone...
Please, go away. I beg you.
Is that what you want?
Do you want me to say...
...that I don't want you to leave?
I can't say that. I can't!
All right. Let's see what you have.
This is no way to write a love letter.
Take a new sheet.
Monsieur le Chevalier.
Did I err in giving you my heart?
-"Err" with double "R"?|-Double "R," yes.
Why do I feel...
...now that I'm not with you...
...that I love you...
Why am I haunted by your face...
...my every waking minute...
...and every dreaming minute...
...of my nights?
Did I say to stop writing?
So go on.
Ever since I've known you,|I can't think of anyone else.
I know that you love me...
...and I pray your love will last.
If we had another moment alone...
...I know you would take me in your arms...
...and I long to be with you.
I long to be with you.
Are you deaf?
So keep writing.
I long to share...
...all those sweet moments.
...I only dream of them.
And the longer I'm without you...
...the more vivid my dreams become.
I only hope...
...that you think of me...
...with the same passion that I feel for you.
Do you have a better way to say it?
...we'll be together...
...and we'll know the joys of love.
And no man...
...can prevent this.
I must stop writing now.
I close my eyes...
...and you are here with me.
The castle is quiet...
...and I'm so happy.
I love you.
I love you.
My God. What happened?
Something awful happened, madame.
I don't even know. It all happened...
Monsieur de Valmont wanted me to write...
...so I was writing that letter.
Monsieur de Valmont is quite a writer, isn't he?
Believe me, madame.
I kept saying no.
But I kept doing what he wanted me to do.
But I don't love him, madame.
Really, I don't.
There were moments when...
...I felt like I did.
If my mother should find out about this.
You're not a little girl anymore.
Your mother must never know about this.
But she wants me to marry Monsieur de Gercourt.
You marry Monsieur de Gercourt.
But I love Danceny.
Danceny will be your lover.
You will marry Gercourt...
...and you will keep Danceny as your lover.
Do you understand?
You don't marry your lover.
I must seem very stupid to you, madame.
You're the first person that...
No one's ever talked to me|about these things before.
I love you, Cecile.
I love you, too, madame.
Did you like what you did|with Monsieur de Valmont?
Then you have nothing to worry about, Cecile.
Good morning, madame.
Where is everybody?
Why is everybody late this morning?
Do you remember me?
Madame de Volanges.
I've come from Paris.
I've come to take my daughter home.
You know. Cecile.
She's such a little darling. We all adore her.
Good morning, ladies.
Madame, what an enchanting surprise.
Mademoiselle, let us see your hands.
Do you call those clean?
Go on. Quickly.
We're all so in love with your daughter.|She's such a treasure.
-You must be very proud.|-I certainly am, monsieur.
I would hesitate|to marry her to a man she didn't love.
-I beg your pardon?|-I think I would be ashamed.
I think I know what is best|for my daughter's happiness, monsieur.
But can't you see that she's|in love with another man?
-Are you talking about that harp teacher?|-Yes.
Are you suggesting that|Cecile should marry that boy?
Are you losing your mind?
You can't build a lasting marriage...
...on the fancies of a 15-year-old girl.
Look around you.
Look at all the tragedies caused|by this illusion of love.
It's just as tragic when a mother|destroys her daughter's life.
Vicomte, you know nothing|of arranged marriages.
You've never even been married.
Those bonds are often very strong.
And you'd be surprised.|They can often lead to true happiness.
My sweet girl.
If I understand what|these people have been saying...
...you have a dilemma.
-I do?|-Tell me, if it were up to you...
...would you rather marry that Monsieur de...
Or the other one...
...the one with the harp?
I'd do whatever maman wants me to do.
But that's not what my aunt is asking you.|Forget maman.
If you had the choice, who would you pick?|You, yourself.
I guess I would marry Monsieur de Gercourt...
...and keep Monsieur de Danceny for a lover?
And maman will have|a huge scandal on her hands.
So the dilemma is solved.
Let us eat.
Are we not going to wait for Madame de Tourvel?
Madame who? Yes, of course.|Madame de Tourvel.
She went back to Paris this morning.
I don't even know why.
It was all very unexpected...
...and she was in such a state.
I had difficulty going back to sleep|after we said good-bye.
What did he say?
I don't know! I'm deaf in this one.
Don't tell anyone I'm back.
Let me just stay here and look at you.
Night after night,|I had to close my eyes to see your face.
-Would you rather I was quiet?|-No.
Do you want me to bring you some milk?
A glass of wine?
What do you want? Tell me.
Your horse is in the stable.
Anything. I want to hear your voice.
When does your husband come back?
It doesn't matter anymore.
I wrote him a letter while you were sleeping.
I told him everything.
-May I see the letter?|-lt's gone. I couldn't wait.
No. Don't move.
I'll prepare something for you.
I'll wait on you.
I want to serve you.
"...I feel so much tenderness toward you...
"...that I cannot bear to face|you when you learn the truth.
"You were right.
"For a few illusory moments,|I thought I could change.
"I know now I cannot.
"I urge you to find another lover...
"...one who is worthy of you...
"...and I thank you for what you have given me."
I didn't even have a chance to thank you|for the kindness you showed Cecile.
You lost your bet.
I'm very impressed.
How was it?
Better than Cecile?
Better than me?
No one compares to you.
In fact, I couldn't wait to claim my reward.
-What reward?|-You forgot our bet?
-Valmont, that was just a joke.|-Not for me.
Would you have locked yourself in|a monastery if you'd lost?
-But I didn't lose.|-But if you did.
lf. That's not even a question.
Yes, it is. Imagine that you lost.
-But I won.|-lmagine!
Don't try to change the subject.
And am I something that one wins as a wager?
Yes! Because you accepted it.
I know. You won, but if you did lose...
-But I didn't!|-I know, for God's sake.
What are you going on about? I won,|and I have the right to collect my prize!
Now you sound just like a husband.
Do you want to know why I never remarried?
So that no one could ever claim|they had any rights over me at all.
You are confusing bets and marriages, madame.
One must always honor a bet.
You don't want me?
You had your chance.
Thank you, Victoire.
I'm sorry, but you'll have to leave now.
Show me the letter.
-Vicomte.|-Show me that letter.
Is this a declaration of war?
If you wish.
-Monsieur de Valmont?|-Yes.
I'm Chevalier de Danceny.
Sir, I'm infinitely grateful to you|for getting Cecile's letter to me.
Would you be kind enough to forward my reply?
It's extremely important that|I get an answer as soon as possible.
I'll deliver it myself.
Monsieur de Valmont.
Shall I announce you?
I'll announce myself.
He says he wants to die for me.
Sounds as if he loves you.
He's asking me if he should challenge|Monsieur de Gercourt to a duel.
Do you still love him?
Believe me, sir, I've been trying not to love him.
I pray to God all the time to make me forget him.
But since I pray all the time...
...I think about him all the time.
Then you only have one choice.
-We have to write Danceny another letter.|-Yes.
We will only write, won't we, sir?
Yes, we'll only write.
I believe that the only way|to prevent this marriage...
...is for us to run away together now.
Yes, it is.
But the prospect of a life in a foreign country...
Yes, it does.
-Who is it?|-lt's me, my darling.
I have someone with me.
I won't disturb you for long.
Just a minute, maman.
It's lovely of you to do this.
I've discussed|the wedding arrangements with her...
...but I left the final announcement to you,|of course.
I hope this small token will please you.
-May I open it?|-Please do.
Thank you. Look, maman.
You will be pleased to know that our marriage...
...will be celebrated in the royal chapel,|with the King himself in attendance.
Ladies, this has been a pleasure.
Thank you, my dear.
Did you hear that about the King?
So is this the end of Danceny?
I suppose I should be firm with myself now...
Where were we?
"But the prospect of a life|in a foreign country frightens me."
On the other hand...
"Madame de Merteuil thinks|that I should marry Gercourt...
"...and keep you as a lover.
"Do you think this is good advice,|and would you accept it?"
What is it?
Thank you, sir.
I couldn't thank you enough.
-Yes?|-Madame, Chevalier de Danceny is calling.
Show him into the salon.
I was just thinking about you.|We have so much to talk about.
I want to send a letter to Cecile, madame.
By all means.|I'd be happy to help you, sit down.
No, madame. You sit down.
You will write, and I will dictate.
It will be your letter to Cecile.
Interesting. We never tried that.
My dear Cecile.
I must apologize for the advice I gave you.
...that's not my style, to apologize.
If you truly love your Danceny...
...as much as I believe you do...
...then it would be a crime to marry anyone else.
That's good, but...
May I ask you a question?
How old are you?
Why do you want to be a husband...
...when you can be a lover?
Why don't you leave all the boredom|of marriage to Gercourt...
...and keep the excitement of love for yourself?
-Keep writing, I said.|-I will.
Do you really believe yourself|capable of killing me?
Sir, come here quick and look out the window.
I made it very clear that you weren't home,|but look, she's still there.
What do you want me to do?
Why did you come?
What do you think you'll find here?
That you love me.
Do you want me to lie to you?
Where is she?
She woke me up. It was still dark.
-Did she say anything?|-No.
I'm not at home to anyone.
It's Monsieur de Valmont.
Show him into the salon.
You must have a lot of courage, Vicomte...
...to come here after you sent that...
...lunatic harp teacher to kill me.
I apologize for that.
It was a silly thing to do.
I feel awful.
Are you surprised?
You are an awful man.
Do you think a man can change?
For the worse.
I think you're as awful as I am.
That's why we should never be enemies.
We should always be friends...
-More than that.|-Lovers?
You're not proposing marriage?
What if I were?
But that's wonderful.
Which of us|would betray the other first this time?
I've missed you so much.
I still love you, you know?
Isn't it lonely when there's no one|to share your secrets with?
Yes, it is.
Would you like to share my latest secret?
I've explained to Monsieur de Danceny...
...that Cecile lost her virginity in your arms...
...but he didn't believe me.
So since you happen to be here...
...would you mind telling him about it yourself?
I want that.
-But the same money...|-No! That!
I'm sorry, monsieur. Madame de Volanges...
-What?|-I'm not supposed to let you in, monsieur.
No, monsieur, seriously.|I could lose my position.
-Who is it?|-lt's Valmont.
We're leaving now.
We have to go now, right now.
Nobody must recognize you.|We're traveling together as two men.
You understand?|We're going as two men. In disguise.
And Danceny is already waiting.
He's in the country. It's very far.
-We have to go now, right now.|-No, he's not.
Yes, he is.
No, he's not.
I thought it was time that Cecile knew the truth.
Monsieur de Valmont,|you will leave this house immediately.
Monsieur de Valmont?
I am Baron de Segur,|and this is Chevalier de Malpoix.
Chevalier de Danceny expects you|at dawn tomorrow at this location.
We are his witnesses.|We count on your discretion.
I'll meet him there.
Sir, are you sure you feel up to a duel?
Sir, where are your witnesses?
Monsieur le Duc, will you step up, please?
Monsieur le Baron.
Hurry up. Come on, don't be afraid.
It would be embarrassing|for me to fight you in your condition.
So what do we do, send for our harps?
If you offer me your apology,|I'd gladly forgive you.
You want my apology?
After everything I've done for you...
...you will forgive me.
Madame, can I tell you a secret?
A secret that I haven't told anyone yet.
Yes, my child.
I think I'm pregnant.
I'm quite sure that I am.
My sweet angel.
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