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The Libertine (2004)

The Libertine: The story of John Wilmot, a.k.a. the Earl of Rochester, a 17th century poet who famously drank and debauched his way to an early grave, only to earn posthumous critical acclaim for his lifes work.
Keywords:
1670s
17th Century
Abduction
Acting Coach
Actor
Actress
Adulterous Husband
Adultery
Affection
Alcohol
Alcoholic
Ale House
Ambassador
Applause
Artist
Attraction
Audience
Backstage
Banishment
Bare Breasts
Bare Butt
Based On Stage Play
Beckoning
Bed
Betting
Blind In One Eye
Blindness
Blood
Bloody Nose
Blow Job
Bodyguard
Brothel
Buggery
Burning Writing
Candle
Cane
Card Playing
Castle
Cathedral
Catholic
Chandelier
Charles II
Cleavage
Clock
Constable
Corruption
Country Estate
Covent Garden
Coward
Cripple
Crowd
Cynic
Dancer
Dancing
Darkness
Death
Death Of Friend
Deathbed
Debauchery
Decadence
Desire
Dildo
Dog
Dorset
Dress
Drink
Drinking
Drum
Drummer
Drunkenness
Dukes Theatre
Dwarf
Dying
Dying Words
Dysfunctional Marriage
Earl
Elizabeth I
Embarrassment
England
Entourage
Epilogue
Erection
Estate
Execution
Extramarital Affair
Face Disease
Face Slap
Face Sore
Fake Nose
Falling In Love
Fat Man
Fellatio
Female Frontal Nudity
Female Nudity
Female Rear Nudity
Fiddler
Fight
Film Starts With Text
Fingering Vagina
Fired From The Job
Flashing
Flogging
Fog
Freezing Urine
Friend
Friendship
Hand On Womans Crotch
Handkerchief
Handwriting
Heavy Rain
Hedonism
Horse And Carriage
Horse Riding
House Of Lords
Husband Wife Relationship
Illness
Incontinence
Infidelity
Ink
Insult
Irony
Irreverence
Jeering
King
Kings College London
Kiss
Lantern
Lawyer
Lesbian
Letter
Libertine
London England
Love
Love Interest
Lover
Lust
Male Female Relationship
Male Frontal Nudity
Male Nudity
Male Rear Nudity
Marlowes Tamburlaine
Mask
Mistress
Monarch
Money
Monkey
Monologue
Mother Son Relationship
Mud
Murder
Night
Nipples
Nudity
Oral Sex
Orchestra
Orgy
Painter
Parliament
Passion
Penis
Pineapple
Plagiarism
Playwright
Poem
Poet
Poetry
Pornography
Portrait
Posing For A Portrait
Prologue
Prostitute
Prostitution
Protestant
Punched In The Face
Rain
Rainy Night
Rebel
Redemption
Reference To Christopher Marlowe
Reference To George Etherege
Reference To John Dryden
Reference To Ophelia
Rehearsal
Royalty
Sadness
Sarcasm
Scandal
Scratching Crotch
Servant
Sex
Sex Talk
Sexual Attraction
Sexual Desire
Shakespeares Hamlet
Shilling
Sickness
Silver Nose
Singer
Singing
Song
Spear
St James Park
Stabbing
Stage
Street Life
Street Theater
Sucking On Finger
Suspicion
Sword
Talking To The Camera
Taunting
Teenage Boy
Teenage Girl
Theater
Theater Fire
Theatre Audience
Theatre Box
Theatre Production
Theft
Thief
Throwing Fruit At Actor
Title Spoken By Character
Tower Of London
Unfaithful Husband
Unfaithfulness
Urination
Urine
Vagina
Venereal Disease
Virgin
Wager
Walking Stick
Watching
Wetting Pants
Whore
William Shakespeare
Wine
Womanizer
Writer
Writing
Year 1660
Year 1675