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凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想  |  Versailles  The Dream Of A King



    本片再现了法国历史上最著名的国王,路易十四的人生和爱情。太阳王路易十四征服了大半个欧洲,他的风流韵事,骄奢淫逸至今仍为人津津乐道。但是他最大的成就,他一生最持久的追求却是他在凡尔赛所建的辉煌绝伦的宫殿。


     Drama-documentary recreating the life and loves of France's most famous king, Louis XIV.

  Dubbed the Sun King by his admiring court, Louis conquered half of Europe, conducted dozens of love affairs and dazzled his contemporaries with his lavish entertainments. But perhaps his greatest achievement - and certainly his longest lasting love - was the incredible palace he built at Versailles, one of the wonders of the world.

  Filmed in the spectacular staterooms, bedrooms and gardens of Versailles itself, this beautifully photographed drama-documentary brings the reign of one of Europe's greatest and most flamboyant monarchs triumphantly to life, with the help of interviews with the world's leading experts on his reign.
  

 

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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to being told what to do, and he didn't much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise De La Valliere.

Louis's attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex. He loved their company. He loved their conversation. He loved their elegance. He loved women who were witty and refined. And most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh. He had / tremendous sexual appetites. He would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, / have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. And he made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.

A French king was expected to have a mistress It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And, you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.

Louise De La Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter to a good family, and she adored the King and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.

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[Homework]2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise De La Vallier.

Louis's attitue towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex.He loved their company. He loved their conversation. He loved their elegance. He loved women who were witty and refined. And most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and make him laugh. He had a tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, he would have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. And he made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.

A French king was expected to have a mistress.It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And, you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.

Louise De La Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter to a good family, and she adored the King and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite geniunely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.


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[Homework]2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to be told what to do. And he didn't much like it.


From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He stated by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams. Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie Therese, he had numerous affairs.  His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise de La Valliere.



Louis' attitude towards women was one of the tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. Er, he didn't just love them for sex: he loved their company; he loved their conversation; he loved their elegance; he loved women who were witty and refined. Hmm, most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.


He had a tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting, or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.


A French king was expected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.


Louise de La Valliere was Loius XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady-in-waiting at the court. She was a guileless charming daughter of a good family. And she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.

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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn’t used to be in told what to do and he didn’t much like it.
From the outset, Louis was thinking vague. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vaux to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.
Louis was to devote much of energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Maria Theresa, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise de La Valliere.
Louis’ attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn’t just love them for sex. He loved their company. He loved their conversation. He loved their elegance. He loved women who are witty and refined. Most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh. He had tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off and have a term with her lady’s maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor of Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.
A French king was expected to have a mistress. It was to symbolize the virility of the nation. And, you know, 100 years later poor Louis XVI. The French were furious with him because he didn’t have a mistress.
Louise de La Valliere was Louis XIV’s first official mistress. She was the lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter of a good family and she adored the king. And it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself and I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.
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[Homework]2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

As a monarch with absolute power.Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it.From the outset,Louis was thinking big,he started by hiring the greatest architect  to the age ,Louis Le Vau.To transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.Louis was to devoted much of his energy  to his new project,but he was always sure to make  time for his other great passion.Although married to queen Marie-Therese,he had numerous affairs.His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called louis de vallia.Louis attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm  .He really loved women.He didn`t just loved them for sex,he loved their company ,he loved their conversation,he loved their elegance,he loved  women who were witty and refined.And most of all I think he loved women because they teased them and made them laugh.He had a tremendous sexual appetite.He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off,he would have a turn with her lady`s maid while he was waiting or a passing servent in the corridor at Veresail.He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.A French king was expected to have a mistress,it sort of symbolized the virility of the nation,and ,you know,hundred years later ,poor Louis 16th.the french were furious because he dind`t have a mistress.Louis de vallia was Louis 16th first official mistress,she was a lady in waiting at the court.She was a guileless,charming ,daughter of a good family.And she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite geniunely that she loved him for himself ,and i think this is what the young king what to hear, i think he had a very good time.

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[Homework]2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

As a monarch of absolute power, Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it.


From the opposite, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis De Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project.  But he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to queen Mary, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocrat beauty called Louisa De La Vallier.

Louis' attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. And he didn't just love them for sex, he loved their company, he loved the conversation, he loved their elegance, he loved women who were witted and refined. And most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh. He had tremendous sexual appetite. He would cry often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with his lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor of Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else, with enormous gusto.  

A French king was expected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolized the virility of a nation. And, you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him, because he didn't have mistresses.  

Louisa De La Vallier was Louis' fourteenth official mistress. She was a lady waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter of a good family. And she adored the king, and it was unresistable because she convinced him quite genuiely that she loved him for himself. And I think this was what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a really good time.

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As the monarch  absolute power, Louis was used to be told what to do, and he did not much like it.
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As a monarch with absolutely power, Louis wasn’t used to be told what to do and he didn’t like it. For the outside, Louis was thinking big, he started with hiring the greatest architect in the age, L to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was devoted much of his energy to the new project, but it always to ensure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to queen M, he had numerous affairs, his current mistress with young aristocratic beauty called L

Louis’s attitudes towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm, he really loved the women, he didn’t just love them for sex, he love them for companying, he like them conversation, he love their elegance, he love women who witty and refined, most of I think, he love women because they teased him and make him laugh. He had tremendous sexual appetite, he quiet often if his mistress is too slow taking his dress off, he would with her lady’s maid where he was waiting, or a passing servant in corridor in Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto热情,乐趣,津津有味.

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[Homework]2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to be told what to do. And he didn't much like it.
From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architector of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams. Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie Therese, he had numerous affairs.  His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise de La Valliere.
Louis' attitude towards women was one of the tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. Er, he didn't just love them for sex: he loved their company; he loved their conversation; he loved their elegance; he loved women who were witty and refined. Hmm, most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.
He had a tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting, or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.
A French king was expected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.
Louise de La Valliere was Loius XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady-in-waiting at the court. She was a guileless charming daughter of a good family. And she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.
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[Homework]2012-07-06 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—2

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As a monarch withabsolute power, Louis wasn't used to be told what to do and he didn't much likeit. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatestarchitect of the age, Louis La Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into thepalace of his dreams. Louis was to devote much of his energy to his newproject, but he was always sure he had time for his other passion.
Although married to QueenMaria Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a youngaristocratic beauty called Louise de la Valliere.
Louis attitude towardswomen was one of the tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn'tjust love them for sex. He loved their company. He loved their conversation. Heloved their elegance. He loved women who were witty and refined. And most ofall, I think he loved them because they teased him and made him laugh. He had atremendous sexual appetite. He'll quite often, if his mistress was too slow intaking her dress off, he would turn to the lady’s maid while he was waiting, orpassing servants in the corridor of Versailles. He made love the way he did everythingelse with enormous gusto.
A French king isexpected to have a mistress. It sort of symbolizes the virility of a nation.And you know a hundred year later, poor Louis XVI, French will be furious withhim because he didn't have a mistress.  L D was Louis XIV's first officialmistress. She was a lady waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughterof a good family and she adored the king and it was irresistible becauseshe convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I thinkthis is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very goodtime.

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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to being told what to do. And he didn't much like it.
“Make sure you finish quickly.” “This residence will not remain.”
From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He stated by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams. Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie Therese, he had numerous affairs.  His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise de La Valliere.

Louis' attitude towards women was one of the tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. Er, he didn't just love them for sex. He loved their accompany. He loved their conversation. He loved their elegance. He loved women who were witty and refined. Hmm, most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh.

He had a tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting, or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. He made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.

A French king was expected to have a mistress. It is sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.

Louise de La Valliere was Loius XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady-in-waiting at the court. She was a guileless, charming daughter of a good family. And she adored the king and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him pretty so. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.
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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.

Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise De La Vallier.

Louis's attitue towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex.He loved their company. He loved their conversation. He loved their elegance. He loved women who were witty and refined. And most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and make him laugh. He had a tremendous sexual appetite. He would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, he would have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. And he made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.

A French king was expected to have a mistress.It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And, you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.

Louise De La Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter to a good family, and she adored the King and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.
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As a monarch with absolute power, Louis wasn't used to being told what to do, and he didn't much like it. From the outset, Louis was thinking big. He started by hiring the greatest architect of the age, Louis Le Vau, to transform the hunting lodge into the palace of his dreams.



Louis was to devote much of his energy to his new project, but he was always sure to make time for his other great passion. Although married to Queen Marie-Therese, he had numerous affairs. His current mistress was a young aristocratic beauty called Louise De La Valliere.



Louis's attitude towards women was one of tremendous enthusiasm. He really loved women. He didn't just love them for sex. He loved their company. He loved their conversation. He loved their elegance. He loved women who were witty and refined. And most of all, I think he loved women because they teased him and made him laugh. He had / tremendous sexual appetites. He would quite often, if his mistress was too slow in taking her dress off, / have a turn with her lady's maid while he was waiting or a passing servant in the corridor at Versailles. And he made love the way he did everything else with enormous gusto.



A French king was expected to have a mistress It sort of symbolized the virility of the nation. And, you know, a hundred years later, poor Louis XVI, the French were furious with him because he didn't have a mistress.



Louise De La Valliere was Louis XIV's first official mistress. She was a lady in waiting at the court. She was guileless, charming, daughter to a good family, and she adored the King and it was irresistible because she convinced him quite genuinely that she loved him for himself. And I think this is what the young king wanted to hear. I think he had a very good time.
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Louis wasn't used to be told what to do, and he didn't much like it 这里的be 一定是改为being

be used to  1 . 指 用来指   用的被动语 时候  后面是动词原形 :be used to do 例如: the wood is used to make papers
      2 be used to 指示 习惯于某事时候,后面是名词,或者名词性短语,动名词
                             I am used to it
                                           i am used to reading book at nights
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I think he loved women because they teased him and make him laugh这里的make 一定是要改为made   无论从语法and 前后一直语态 还是从视频里发音
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