Dangerous Liaisons Soundtrack
Dangerous Liaisons Soundtrack

Dangerous Liaisons Soundtrack

Dangerous Liaisons is a 1988 American period romantic drama film. This film is directed by Stephen Frears from a screenplay by Christopher Hampton. Dangerous Liaisons rated R

Dangerous Liaisons,” based on the 1782 Choderlos de Laclos novel “Les Liaisons Dangerous,” is tantalizingly wicked watching it paints your cheeks. She smiles with devilish self-satisfaction from the opening close-up of Glenn Close In her dressing mirror, the picture holds an impressive look. You’ll think it’s whispering in your ear.

The story tells that the Marquis de Merteuil and Vicomte de Valmont display the petty jealousy and cunning of life at the royal court of France in the 18th century, recklessly ruining the life of de Merteuil’s young romantic rival Huh.

The music teacher for whom she secretly pines and Madame de Tourvel. But when genuine romantic feelings begin to manifest, their games take on a more treacherous air.

List of Dangerous Liaisons Soundtrack

Here is the full list of Dangerous Liaisons Soundtrack

Main Title/Dressing  4:20
Madame De Tourvel  2:15
The Challenge 2:06
O Malheureuse Iphigenie 4:30
Going Hunting 1:21
Valmont’s First Move/The Staircase 2:19
Beneath the Surface 2:15
The Set Up 2:13
The Key 2:45
Her Eyes Are Closing 3:42
Ombra Mai Fu 2:41
Tourvel’s Flight 2:10
Success 2:32
Emilie  2:32
Beyond My Control 4:26
A Final Request 3:25
Ombra Mai Fu (Reprise)/The Mirror 2:35
End Credits 3:01
Concerto In A Minor For Four Harpsichords 4:12

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Dangerous Liaisons was released theatrically on December 16, 1988, by Warner Bros. The film received generally positive reviews from critics, with praise for Close and Pfeiffer’s performances and screenplay, production values, and costumes.

It was a modest box-office success, grossing $34.7 million against its $14 million budget. It received seven nominations, including Best Picture, at the 61st Academy Awards, and won three: Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Costume Design, and Best Production Design.

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