Dangerous Liaisons
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1:09:00
A bite of soup last night,
didn't touch the pheasant.

1:09:02
Afterwards, a cup of tea.
1:09:04
Nothing else to report.
1:09:07
Oh yes, sir, there is.
1:09:09
You wanted to know
what she was reading.

1:09:12
The book by her bed is
''Christian Thoughts...

1:09:15
''...Volume Two.''
1:09:21
How is Julie?
1:09:25
She seems a bit keener than
she was in the country.

1:09:28
And yourself?
1:09:30
Talk about devotion to duty.
1:09:33
Off you go.
1:09:36
Keep it up.
1:09:39
-Madame....
-Vicomte....

1:09:45
Well...
1:09:49
...what a pleasant surprise.
1:09:55
Danceny....
1:09:56
Thank you, Monsieur, for everything.
1:09:58
Well, l was afraid l had been
a sad disappointment to you.

1:10:02
On the contrary.
1:10:04
lt is you l have to thank
for keeping our love alive.

1:10:06
Well, as to love, C├ęcile thinks of little else.
1:10:09
She and her mother are coming
back to Paris in two weeks...

1:10:11
...and she is longing to see you.
1:10:13
l have had the most
wonderful letter from her.

1:10:16
Really?
1:10:16
Not like any of her other letters,
somehow...

1:10:22
...quite a different tone of voice.
1:10:26
My dearest...
1:10:29
...Danceny...
1:10:32
...l swear to you...
1:10:34
...on my chastity...
1:10:36
...that even if my mother forces me
to go through with this marriage...

1:10:42
...l shall be yours completely.
1:10:46
Your friend, the Vicomte de Valmont...
1:10:49
...has been very active on your behalf.
1:10:52
I doubt if you could do more yourself.
1:10:56
l don't know how l could bear to go
another two weeks without seeing her.


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