Dangerous Beauty (1998)

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A Venetian courtesan becomes a hero to her city, but later becomes the target of an inquisition by the Church for witchcraft.

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  • Catherine McCormack in Dangerous Beauty (1998)
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  • Catherine McCormack and Rufus Sewell in Dangerous Beauty (1998)
  • Rufus Sewell in Dangerous Beauty (1998)
  • Catherine McCormack and Rufus Sewell in Dangerous Beauty (1998)
  • Catherine McCormack and Rufus Sewell in Dangerous Beauty (1998)

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9 October 2004 | Firstclassblonde
10
| One of the best and most passionate movies ever made
This particular movie was lost in the shuffle somewhere but I am certainly glad I found it. Catherine McCormack (Braveheart) portrays an innocent girl, that loses in love so decides to do what she has to do just to have him any way possible. It's a very backwards Cinderella. A good girl that falls in love with a "prince" (he's from a family with a title and she's not) but will true love prevail? Rufus Sewell is to die for, the sexiest and most talented actor to come our way in years. The rest of the fine cast Oliver Platt, Moira Kelly, Naomi Watts, Fred Ward and Jacqueline Bisset are very convincing in their portrayals of these period characters. I have had every single one of my friends watch it and they all have enjoyed it as much as I have. The music is fantastic and we even get a short history lesson. With this sensational cast, the storyline that is based on actual poetry books from a Courtisan, it really is my favorite historical romance of all time. Take the time to find this rare gem and see it as soon as possible.

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