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Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print
Phèdre Print

Phèdre Print

Consumed by an uncontrollable passion for her young stepson and believing Theseus, her absent husband, to be dead, Phédre confesses her darkest desires and enters the world of nightmare. When Theseus returns, alive and well, Phèdre, fearing exposure, accuses her stepson of rape. The result is carnage.
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