Triumph of Love

    Genre
    Comedy
  • |
  • Runtime
    107 mins
  • |
  • Rated
    PG13
  • |
  • Release Date
    2002
  • |
  • Countries
    United States
  • |
  • Languages
    English
  • |
DIRECTED BY:
Clare Peploe
WRITTEN BY:
Marivaux, Clare Peploe, Marilyn Goldin
CAST INCLUDES:
Mira Sorvino, Fiona Shaw, Jay Rodan, Ben Kingsley

ANGELIKA’S NOTE

A sugar-sweet fairytale- the romantic comedy based on the play by Pierre de Marivaux of the same title, THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE stars Mira Sorvino (MIGHTY APHRODITE, ROMY AND MICHELLE’S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, THE REPLACEMENT KILLERS) as a young princess determined to restore her homeland’s throne to its rightful heir, a young prince played by Jay Rodan (LAUREN, CAESAR, FOOTBALLERS’ WIVES) and the love of her life. With glimmering direction from Clare Peploe (ROUGH MAGIC, HIGH SEASON), the Dallas Morning News calls the film "The work of a nimble wordsmith and a wicked observer of human nature."

SYNOPSIS

In an unidentified country in 18th century Europe, a usurper’s daughter has inherited the throne and feels guilty about her family’s crimes. She learns that a rightful heir exists but has been taught to hate her and reject all love, and who additionally is kept in seclusion to protect him from her. Spying on his household, she falls in love at the first sight of him, suggesting an obvious happy ending as regards the throne. But to even get close enough to him to talk about it, she must embark on a series of bribes, deceptions, and seductions.

Triumph of Love

    Genre
    Comedy
  • |
  • Runtime
    107 mins
  • |
  • Rated
    PG13
  • |
  • Release Date
    2002
  • |
  • Countries
    United States
  • |
  • Languages
    English
  • |
DIRECTED BY
Clare Peploe
WRITTEN BY
Marivaux, Clare Peploe, Marilyn Goldin
CAST INCLUDES
Mira Sorvino, Fiona Shaw, Jay Rodan, Ben Kingsley
A sugar-sweet fairytale- the romantic comedy based on the play by Pierre de Marivaux of the same title, THE TRIUMPH OF LOVE stars Mira Sorvino (MIGHTY APHRODITE, ROMY AND MICHELLE’S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION, THE REPLACEMENT KILLERS) as a young princess determined to restore her homeland’s throne to its rightful heir, a young prince played by Jay Rodan (LAUREN, CAESAR, FOOTBALLERS’ WIVES) and the love of her life. With glimmering direction from Clare Peploe (ROUGH MAGIC, HIGH SEASON), the Dallas Morning News calls the film "The work of a nimble wordsmith and a wicked observer of human nature."

In an unidentified country in 18th century Europe, a usurper’s daughter has inherited the throne and feels guilty about her family’s crimes. She learns that a rightful heir exists but has been taught to hate her and reject all love, and who additionally is kept in seclusion to protect him from her. Spying on his household, she falls in love at the first sight of him, suggesting an obvious happy ending as regards the throne. But to even get close enough to him to talk about it, she must embark on a series of bribes, deceptions, and seductions.

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