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Women In Love (1969)
Starring: Alan Bates, Eleanor Bron, Glenda Jackson, Jennie Linden, Oliver Reed
Director: Ken Russell
Category: Drama, Classics, Classics
Studio: MGM / UA
131 mins



Based on the novel by D.H. Lawrence

This compelling rendition of the literary masterpiece is "a visual stunner and very likely the most sensuous film ever made" (N.Y. Daily News). Glenda Jackson garnered the first of her two Oscars for her superb performance in director Ken Russell and writer Larry Kramer's brilliant exploration of the complexities of sexuality and romantic love.

Growing up in the sheltered society of 1920s England, Gudrun (Jackson) and Ursula (Jennie Linden) know little about the ways of love. So when they pursue thrilling, torrid affairs with a notorious playboy (Alan Bates) and a brooding philanderer (Oliver Reed), what they discover about their lovers, and themselves, may be more all-consuming-and dangerously volatile-than they ever dared imagine.