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Dangerous Beauty

Director:Marshall Herskovitz
Writer:Jeannine Dominy
Director of Photography:Bojan Bazelli
Editors:Arthur Coburn and Steven Rosenblum
Music:George Fenton
Production Designer:Norman Garwood
Producers:Marshall Herskovitz, Edward Zwick, Arnon Milchan and Sarah Caplan
Regency Enterprises and Warner Bros.; R; 114 minutes
Cast:Catherine McCormack, Rufus Sewell and Jacqueline Bisset
Based on The Honest Courtesan by Margaret Rosenthal

This true story of a 16th-century courtesan's life and loves is not the romance novel plot you might expect. Catherine McCormick (Braveheart) plays Veronica Franco, a poet who becomes a prostitute to gain admittance to the male worlds of education and politics. McCormick is stunning and director Marshall Herskovitz renders the world of 16th-century Venice with dazzling beauty.

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