Liberté Liberté

1774, shortly before the French Revolution, somewhere between Potsdam and Berlin. Madame de Dumeval, the Duke de Tesis and the Duke de Wand, libertines expelled from the puritanical court of Louis XVI, seek the support of the legendary Duc de Walchen, German seducer and freethinker, lonely in a country where hypocrisy and false virtue reign. Their mission is to export libertinage, a philosophy of enlightenment founded on the rejection of moral boundaries and authorities, but moreover to find a safe place to pursue their errant games, where the quest for pleasure no longer obeys laws other than those dictated by unfulfilled desires.

Recent reviews

More

Popular Lists

More
  • The Student of Prague
  • A Florida Enchantment
  • Intolerance: Love's Struggle Throughout the Ages
  • The Wings
  • A Modern Musketeer

🌈Opening the Vault: A Chronological History of Queer Interest & LGBTQ+ Cinema

MundoF

MundoF 13,040 films

The last few years have not only brought LGBTQ+ films and stories further into the mainstream, but queer films have…

  • A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
  • Abominable
  • American Woman
  • Blackbird
  • Clemency

tiff 2019 // 44th toronto international film festival

01–20 / tiff 2019: gala presentations 21–75 / tiff 2019: special presentations 76–80 / tiff 2019: special events 81–90 /…

  • Lumière!
  • A Trip to the Moon
  • The Kingdom of Fairies
  • Journey Through the Impossible
  • The Eclipse: Courtship of the Sun and Moon