Sade (2000)

Director
Benoît Jacquot

Main cast
Daniel Auteuil; Marianne Denicourt; Jeanne Balibar; Isild Le Besco; Jean-Pierre Cassel

Genres
History, Drama, Crime

Description
Many noble families are locked in a chateau due to the French Revolution. The infamous Marquis de Sade is there and is generally shunned by the others. A teen-aged girl befriends him behind her parents back and learns about him and life in general. He initiates her into sexual exploration and leads her to become an independent, sexually-liberated woman.


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