Women In Love (1969)
Average Rating: 7.7/10
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Release Date: Jan 1, 1969 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
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Women in Love is set in 1920s England, where free-spirited artist Gudrun (Glenda Jackson) and her schoolteacher sister Ursula (Jennie Linden) make the acquaintance of lifelong friends Gerald (Oliver Reed) and Rupert (Alan Bates). The foursome attends a picnic in honor of a pair of newlyweds, who put a damper on the proceedings (literally!) by drowning in a nearby lake. Evidently unscathed by this tragedy, Gerald and Rupert participate in a nude wrestling match later that evening (this was the
Jan 1, 1969 Wide
Mar 4, 2003
Mr. Thomas Crich
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It's Russell as restrained as he can be, who has fun delving into the sexual explorations of the author.
Controversial for its time Ken Russell classic.
Though deviating from D.H. Lawrence's novel considerably, this is Ken Russell's most fully realized narrative film, lavishly mounted and well acted, especially by Glenda Jackson in an Oscar-winning performance.
Crass, funny, literate -- and essential for anyone who wants to seee D.H. Lawrence "faithfully" adapted. Remember the time before Ken Russell took his gonzo Viagra pill.
Brilliant film adaptation of the Lawrence novel.
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