New York Film Locations

Cruel Intentions (1999)

A pair of unscrupulous siblings star in a sexy tale of seduction, revenge and conquest. After cleverly seducing and ruining the reputation of an unsuspecting classmate, the sparks fly when Kathryn (Sarah Michelle Gellar) poses the ultimate challenge to her insatiable stepbrother Sebastian: deflower the Headmaster's beautiful, virgin daughter Annette. If he fails, Kathryn gets his 1956 jaguar convertible, but if he succeeds, Sebastain (Ryan Phillippe) gets to possess and bed Kathryn. The stakes are high, but for Sebastian, the payoff is feverishly irresistible and before the summer's over, no one will escape their relentless game of cat and mouse . . . until one of them is bitten by the most unlikely sensation of all . . . love.

Valmont Mansion, 2 East 79th Street and 5th Avenue, Manhattan.
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Ukrainian Institute of America

The UIA occupies one of the grandest turn-of-the-century town houses that remain in New York City, the Fletcher-Sinclair Mansion, designed by famed, Gilded-Age architect C.P.H. Gilbert in his signature French-Gothic Style. Named after Isaac D. Fletcher, its original owner, and Harry F. Sinclair, its second and most infamous of the mansion's three private owners, the mansion is located on the southern tip of Museum Mile diatonically across from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, on the southeast corner of 79th Street and Fifth Avenue. It stands as a gem among New York City's mansions.

Central Park (South East Corner) Manhattan.

Gapstow Bridge, Central Park, Manhattan.

Gapstow Bridge

Bearing a striking resemblance to the Ponte di San Francesco in San Remo, Italy, Gapstow Bridge is yet another example of traditional architecture in Central Park. The stone span curves gracefully over the narrow neck of the Pond. Facing south, it offers the quintessential view of the city, with the Plaza Hotel and other towers rising behind the backdrop of trees reflected, amidst the ducks, in the waters of the Pond.

Madison Avenue and East 69th Street, Manhattan.

Queensboro Bridge, East 59th Street (btw Manhattan and Queens).
  The Queensboro Bridge is a cantilever bridge over the East River in New York City that was completed in 1909. It connects the neighbourhood of Long Island City in the borough of Queens with Manhattan, passing over Roosevelt Island.  

7th Street/Metro Center Station, Los Angeles.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, 5th Avenue and East 82nd Street, Manhattan.

5th Avenue and East 83rd Street, Manhattan.

225 Central Park West (btw West 82nd and 83rd streets) Manhattan.

Conservatory Water Central Park, (from 72nd to 75th Street) Manhattan.
  Inspired by the model boat ponds of late 19th century Paris, Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux created a place where children and adults alike could experience the pleasure of boating, in addition to the other attractions Conservatory Water has to offer.  

Central Park West and West 72nd Street, Manhattan.

East Drive (Near Wollman Rink and East 65th Street) Central Park, Manhattan.

Queens Midtown Express Way, Queens, New York.


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