Cheri DVD Review

Cheri DVD Review


Cast: Michelle Pfeiffer, Rupert Friend and Kathy Bates
Director: Stephen Frears
Genre: Drama
Rated: M
Running Time: 92 minutes
From the Academy Award winning director of Dangerous Liaisons and The Queen.

In a decadent early 19th century Paris, Cheri is the story of an extraordinary love affair between the beautiful retired courtesan Lea (Michelle Pfeiffer) and the exquisitely handsome Cheri (Rupert Friend). The spoilt son of her former colleague and rival Madame Peloux (Kathy Bates), Lea sets out to educate the young Cheri in ways of love and they embark on a journey steeped in lust, jealousy, desired and love.

Lea reluctantly decides their relationship must end when a rich marriage is arranged for Cheri, but both find the separation difficult and they realise, too late, how much they mean to one another.

Special Features:
Making of - Documentary, Deleted Scenes, Theatrical Trailer and Photo Gallery.

Available to rent or buy on Blu-ray and DVD, Decemeber 2nd, 2009.

Review: An enchanting story of love in the world of an ageing courtesan enchantress. When she is charged with educating a young courtesan's son, both are unaware how deep the love is until it is too late. With a meddling mother, who aims only for status advantage, her games prove perilious for the couple and their divine love. Many adult scenes.

RRP: $39.95