Monsieur Noirtier changes his will to aid Valentine. Albert and Debray visit the Count of Monte Cristo's home and discuss various matters with him. He was caught and sentenced to hard labor in prison. Every time he lays into a criminal, we, who know of his own offenses, can't help but cringe. The Count punished him in this fashion because Caderousse took away all the money that Dantès left for his father. The prosecutor ends up being prosecuted by the criminal, and he ends up insane, haunted by the ghosts of his pasts. Bad Adultery: Fernand has slept with at least four different other women while married to Mercedes, some of whom were already married, and on at least one occasion killed the lady's husband in a duel when he objected.
The people of Paris begin arriving at the trial of Benedetto. Much to Villefort's chagrin, Villefort's father was a known Bonapartist, thus his policy for Bonapartist conspirators was harsh. Abbé Faria and Dantès develop a true friendship, one of give and take, and they develop a great trust between each other. Those who allowed is father to perish, such as Danglars, he strikes down. One of them is Eugénie Danglars — the woman he was supposed to marry — and the other is her friend Louise! Marseille prosecutor Gérard de Villefort takes possession of both the package and the letter carried by Dantés. The Count and Bertuccio then return to the house in Paris. A few years later Dantes visits his prison as Lord Wilmore and helps him escape.
He is asked his name, but he says that he cannot say what his name really is; he does not know. While incarcerated, he met a priest who left him a fortune upon his death. Madame de Villefort arrives and is speechless. Appropriately, Monte Cristo cites Lord Wilmore as one of his enemies. Valentine leaves the room and collapses on the landing, where Maximilien finds her and carries her to old Noirtier's room.
He doesn't merely preserve himself; he furthers himself at the cost of another man's well-being. The old man taught Edmond history, mathematics, and languages. The main point of this punishment was to make Mercédès and Albert leave Fernand. He no longer is the same man once he breaks free, the lion of vengeance has grown in his soul. When Dantes is imprisoned she cares for Dantes' father until his death. Noirtier signals Yes, it was indeed he.
Now, you can't call him all bad — he does, at the very least, help to protect his father — but, when you get down to it, he's a pretty despicable sell-out, and it's a shame to see such promise and talent put to such terrible use. The film adds a bunch of sword and knife fights, including a climactic duel between Edmond and Fernand. Like the others, Villefort eventually receives punishment from Dantès. Dantes is taken to Chateau d'If, despite the promise Villefort made to him. The wise elder told Edmond where to find a massive buried fortune. However, after less than a minute, he pulls up and takes a moment to stare at the horizon, , turns around, draws his sword, and shouts his challenge.
Revenge is reason for living now. Of course, however, he won't. The father of Gérard de Villefort and grandfather of Valentine. Morrel and his family, for they were his true friends. Benedetto's actual day in court, however, is far different from the Romantic gossip that surrounds him. The priest however suffers from cataleptic fits and has one. The priest is placed in a death sack for burial.
During his visit with Maximilian and Julie, he notices the red silk purse and diamond underneith crystal coverings. As it turns out, he's not. When his jailers throw the bag into the sea, Dantés makes his escape to reinvent himself as the Count of Monte Cristo. What's the moral of the story? Jacopo: Why not just kill them? The placed a lot of emphasis on stories with adventure, passion, and emotion, in direct contrast to the somewhat staid works that came immediately after the French Revolution. It stars as the title character, and also Guy Pearce, James Frain, Luis Guzman, and Richard Harris. Dantès says that within a week, all matters which now seem hopeless will be resolved.
Noirtier reveals to d'Epinay that he had killed his father. Morrel is saved from bankruptcy. For example, we get a glimpse of Alberts three friends, with whom he goes to Rome, who, most likely, are based upon Franz dEpinay, Beauchamp and Debray. Madame de Villefort crumples to the floor unconscious. Caderousse tells Dantes Abbe Busoni all of the stories of betrayal during Dantes' arrest. He's so strange and creepy that he, young though he is, is a suspect in the poisoning case. Dantès is an intelligent, honest, and loving man who turns bitter and vengeful after he is framed for a crime he does not commit.
. D'Epinay thus no longer desires the marriage, and Valentine will be able to marry Maximilien. In an aristocratic residences of Marseilles, Monsieur de Villefort is celebrating his betrothal when he is interrupted by a servant informing him of a Bonapartist plot discovery, including the arrest of Edmond Dantes. Justified in that she's concealing her naked body from the manservant of her lover, and not her lover himself. Eugenie herself does not wish to marry at all. If I find you alive when I return, you will be in prison by nightfall. This method of revenge was symbolic.
Andrea Benedetto has an encounter with his old prison mate, Caderousse. If the Count had been able to revive Edward with his healing tonic — but he wasn't, so there's no point in discussing it. Mondego helps in framing Dantès for treason and then marries Mercédès himself when Dantès is imprisoned. When Dantès escapes, he takes revenge against his four enemies who conspired against him to send him to prison, in the manner of an eye for an eye. Albert is stuck by the love of a peasant dressed woman at Carnival, who arranges a meeting for the two of them.