Continuity mistake: When Valmont visits Madame de Tourvel and enters her room, there's a servant standing next to Valmont who appears to leave and you hear the door close. In the next scene he is still standing there with the door closed and then takes Valmont's hat, opens the door, and leaves.
Continuity mistake: At the end of the duel the Vicomte de Valmont falls where he is hit, next to the wall; Danceny and Azolan rush immediately to his side. During his subsequent repentance and death, he is not moved. In the final, overhead, shot of the scene there is a long trail of blood in the snow and Valmont is not near the wall. (01:49:30 - 01:52:30)
Marquise de Merteuil: One does not applaud the tenor for clearing his throat.
Marquise de Merteuil: You'll find the shame is like the pain, you only feel it once.
Question: The singer that we see at the party looks to be male - facial features, dress - but has a very high voice. Is this a eunuch or just a person with a very high voice? Is it even possible for men to sing that high if they are not eunuchs?
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