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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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Louise was very important to him. And he did love her. They have two children together. He made her a Duchess. But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.

Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie Therese was politically vital. It had ensured  peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children with her to ensure that his dynasty lived on. Louis did feel a duty towards the Queen. He made love to her frequently, and she would always have a special Mass  the day afterwards. Everybody would nudge each other at court because she looked very pleased as she came into the chapel. And he was attentive to her, polite to her. They had children together but she simply didn't have the looks or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that.

She accepted his infidelity, as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time, as being part of marriage.

Louis' mosquito bitten courtiers also had to accept the king for what he was. Like all seventeenth
century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.

Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very, very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, hmm, of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.

As a kind of a living god, Louis liked nothing more than being the center of everyone else's attention.

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Louise was very important to him, he did love her. They had two children together. He made her a duchess. But it was a young man’s crush rather than a profound passion.

Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louise was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie-Therese was politically vital. It had ensured peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children with her to ensure that his dynasty lived on.

Louis did feel a duty towards the Queen. He made love to her frequently, and she would always have a special mass that the day afterwards. Everybody would nudge each other at court because she’d look very pleased as she came into the chapel. And he was attentive to her, polite to her. They had children together, but she simply didn’t have the looks schools, the education or the spirit or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time as being part of marriage.

Louis’s mosquito-bitten courtiers also had to accept their King for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.

Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very, very small child. I think it mean that he was, without any arrogance or hubris of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.

As a kind of living god, Louis liked nothing more than being the center of everyone else’s attention.
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[Homework]2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

Louis was very important to him. He did love her. They have two children together. He made her a Duchess. But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.


Whatever his feelings for Louis, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie Therese was politically vital. It had ensured the peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children with her to ensure that his dynasty lived on. Louis did feel a duty towards the Queen. He made love to her frequently, and she would always have a special Mass said the day afterwards. Everybody would nudge each other at court because she looked very pleased as she came into the chapel. And he was attentive to her, polite to her. They had children together but she simply didn't have the looks or the education, all the spirit, all the charm to captivate a man like that.


She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time as being part of marriage.


Louis' mosquito bitten courtiers also had to accept the king for what he was. Like all seventeen century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.


Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, hmm, of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.


As a kind of a living god, Louis liked nothing more than being the center of everyone else's attention.

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Louise was very important to him. He did love her. They had two children together. He made her a Duchess. But it was, it was a young man’s crush, rather than a profound passion.
Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligation to his wife. His marriage to Queen Maria Theresa was politically vital. It ensured peace between France and Spain for many years and he needed to father children with her to ensure his dynasty lived on.
Louis did his duty towards the Queen. He made love to her frequently and she would always have a special mass the day afterwards and everybody would nudge each other at court because she looked very pleased as she came into the chapel. He was attentive to her, polite to her. They had children together, but she simply didn’t have the looks, or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women at that time as being part of marriage.
Louis’s mosquito-bitten courtiers also had to accept their king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.
Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very, very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris of the opinion that he was pretty much got himself.
As a kind of living god, Louis like nothing more than being center of everyone else’s attention.
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Louisa was very important to him, he did love her and they had two children together. He made her a duchess. But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.


Whatever his feelings for Louisa, Louis was very careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie Therese was politically vital.  It had ensured the peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children with her to ensure his dynasty lived on.

Louis did feel a duty towards the queen, he made love to her frequently. And she would always have a special mass the day afterwards. Everybody would nudge each other at court, because she looked quite pleased as she came into the chapel.  And he was attentive to her, polite to her, they had children together. But she simply didn't have the looks or the education or the spirit or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infedelity as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time as being part of a marriage.

Louis' mosquito-bitten courtiers also had to accept their king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.

Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm.  And having had this consciousness since he was a very very small child, I think, he meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, of the opinion that he was pretty much God himself. As a kind of living God, Louis liked nothing more than being the centre of everyone else's attention.

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[Homework]2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

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Nobady can tell what he to do, he was quiet simply the only power in the rame. And I have this confusions that he was a very very small child. I think the man he is, without any elegance or hubris,  of the oppion that her is pushing much with himself. As a kind of a living God, Louis like nothing more than been center of  anyone else's attention.

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Louis was very important to him. He did love her. He had two children together. He made her Duchess. But it was, it was a young man’s crush rather than a profound passion. Whatever his feelings for Louis, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie Therese was politically vital. It ensured peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children with her to insure that his dynasty live on.
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Louis mosquito-bitten coutiers also had to accept their king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.
Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm, and having had this conciousness since he was a very very small child. I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris of the opinion that he was pretty much a God himself.
As kind of a living God, Louis liked nothing more than being center of everyone else’s attention.
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As kind of living god, Louis like nothing more than being center of everyone else’s attention.
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[Homework]2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

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Louise was veryimportant to him. He did love her they had two children together. He made her Duchess.But it was, it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.
Whatever his feelingsfor Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to hiswife. His marriage to Marie Therese was politically vital. It'd ensured peacebetween France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children withher to ensure the dynasty lived on.
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As a kindly livingGod, Louis liked nothing more than being the centrum of everyone else's attention.

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Louise(Louise De La Valliere ) was very important to him. And he did love her. They have two children together. He made her a Duchess. But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.




Whatever his feelings for Louis
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She accepted his infidelity
, as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time,
as being part of marriage.




Louis' mosquito bitten courtiers also had to accept the king for what he was. Like all seventeen
th
century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.




Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very
,
very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, hmm, of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.




As a kind of a living god, Louis liked nothing more than being the center of everyone else's attention.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

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“Louise was very important to him. He did love her. They have two children together. He made her a duchess. But it was, it was a young man’s crush rather than a profound passion.”

Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie-Therese was politically vital. It did assure peace between France and Spain for many years. And he needed to father children with her to ensure that his dynasty lived on.

“Louis did feel a duty towards the Queen. He, he made love to her frequently, and she would always have a special mass, say the day afterwards. Everybody would nudge each other at court because she looked very pleased as she came into the chapel. He was attentive to her, polite to her. They, they had children together. But she simply didn’t have the looks, or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women at the time as being part of marriage.”

Louis’ mosquito bitten courtiers also had to accept their king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.

“Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very, very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.”

As kind of a living God, Louis liked nothing more than being center of everyone else’s attention.
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Louise was very important to him. He did love her,they have two children together. He made her (a Duchess女公爵).
But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion. Whatever his feelings for Louise,Louis was always careful to fulfill all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marie-Therese was politically vital. It (had) ensured peace between France and Spain for many years,and he needed to father a children with her to ensure the (his dynasty) to live on. Louis did what he due to(feel a duty) towards the Queen. He made love to her frequently,and she would also(always) have a special (Mass) the day afterwards. Everybody would not(nudge唠叨) (each other at court) because she looked very pleased as she came into the (chapel).He was attentive to her,polite to her,they have children together. But she simply didn't have the looks or the education or the spirit or the charm to keep await(captivate) a man like that. She accepted his (infidelity婚姻不忠) as did most royal and aristocratic women at that(of the) time as being passive(part) of marriage.
Louis' mosquito bitten courtiers also had to accept that king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs,Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.  Nobody could tell him what to do,he was quite simply the only power in the arm(realm) and having had this consciousness since he was a very very small child. I think it might be(meant) that he was without any arrogance or hubris of the opinion that he was pretty much got(a god) of himself. As a kind of living god,Louis liked nothing more than being center of everyone else's attention.
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[Homework]【整理】2012-07-09 凡尔赛宫:国王的梦想 Dream Of A King—3

Louise was very important to him. And he did love her and they had two children together. He made her a Duchess. But it was a young man's crush rather than a profound passion.
Whatever his feelings for Louise, Louis was always careful to fulfil all of his obligations to his wife. His marriage to Queen Marrie Therese was politically vital. It had ensured peace between France and Spain for many years, and he needs to father children with her to ensure that his dynasty lived on. Louis did feel his duty towards the queen. He made love to her frequentlly, and she would always have a special Mass the day afterwards. Everybody would nudge each other at court, because she looked very pleased, as she came into the chapel. He was attentive to her, polite to her. They had children together, but she simply didn't have the looks, or the education, or the spirit, or the charm to captivate a man like that. She accepted his infidelity as did most royal and aristocratic women of the time as being part of marriage.


Louis' mosquito-bitten courtiers also had to accept the king for what he was. Like all 17th century monarchs, Louis believed himself appointed directly by God.



Nobody could tell him what to do. He was quite simply the only power in the realm. And having had this consciousness since he was a very, very small child, I think it meant that he was without any arrogance or hubris, hmm, of the opinion that he was pretty much a god himself.
As a kind of living god, Louis liked nothing more than being the center of everyone else's attention.

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