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A woman free of ties and inhibitions, the movie Lady Chatterley manages to steal the heart not only of Oliver, but of all the spectators, with an insatiable desire and a wild sexual thirst but at once divine and sublime, Connie becomes a happy woman in love, but torn between two men, filled only by a passion that burns even her soul.
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!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 Ebert Club is our hand-picked selection of content for Ebert fans.There is a growing distance between Connie and Clifford, who has retreated into the meaningless pursuit of success in his writing and in his obsession with coal-mining, and towards whom Connie feels a deep physical aversion. Bolton, is hired to take care of the handicapped Clifford so that Connie can be more independent, and Clifford falls into a deep dependence on the nurse, his manhood fading into an infantile reliance.Into the void of Connie's life comes Oliver Mellors, the gamekeeper on Clifford's estate, newly returned from serving in the army.
She was raised as a cultured bohemian of the upper-middle class, and was introduced to love affairs--intellectual and sexual liaisons--as a teenager.