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The men in her life are Shane Briant, as her husband, and Nicholas Clay, as her lover. He has to sit through most of the movie In a wheelchair, calling "Connie!
" as petulantly as he can, and polishing his self-pity.
Nicholas Clay is a classically trained British actor with an impressive list of credits, but what, I ask you, can he really do with a symbolic log-splitting scene?
Clay belongs to that generation of gifted British actors, in their 30s which also includes Jeremy Irons and John Hurt, and no doubt he was promised that this film of "Lady Chatterley" would be faithful to Lawrence's original vision. He was offered a film version of "The French Lieutenant's Woman" that played havoc with the John Fowles novel and he took it anyway.
The performances are all right, but that doesn't help, since performances do not seem to be the point in a movie like this.
Sylvia Kristel, as Lady Chatterley ("Connie" to her husband) is an appealing young woman with clear eyes and a sweet ability to underplay a sex scene.
Parents need to know that this subtitled French drama -- which is about infidelity, how lust morphs into love, and why sex can be transformative -- isn't for kids.
Though it's mostly sophisticated when it comes to tackling the subject of sex -- a tough feat considering there's so much of it in the movie -- some scenes are quite graphic (one shows a woman atop a man, both naked; another shows a man's genitals).
The latest screen incarnation of the 1928 novel about an aristocratic woman’s affair with a lowly gamekeeper stars The Borgias’ Holliday Grainger as Lady Chatterley, Happy Valley’s James Norton as her husband, Clifford, and Game Of Thrones’ Richard Madden as her lover, Oliver Mellors. “In 2015 we are no longer shocked by this, and we are no longer shocked that people in books also have sex.” Following publication of the full version of Lawrence’s work, Penguin Books was tried under the Obscene Publications Act 1959 for frequent use of the word “f***” and its derivatives.A handful of scenes depict simulated intercourse, though in many of them the characters are still partially clothed.Only a few scenes show both characters fully naked from head to toe engaged in sex.“Clifford goes off to war and receives this terrible injury that prevents him having sex.
In the book, he’s quite stuffy and set up to be despised, but in our version his snobbery is qualified by his being a young man who is a victim,” observes Norton.Jaeckin of course finds additional subjects in Lawrence, specifically arms, legs, breasts, thighs, and steaming baths in secluded forest clearings.