Director Ken Russell's adaptation of the D.H Lawrence novel of the same name. Growing up in the sheltered society of 1920's England, Gudrun and Ursula know little about the ways of love. So when they pursue thrilling, torried affairs with a notorious playboy and a brooding philanderer, what they discover about their lovers and themselves may be more allconsuming and dangerously volitile than they ever dared imagine.
Starring some of Brittan’s finest actors: Alan Bates, Oliver Reed and Glenda Jackson.
1971 Academy Award Winner for Best Actress (Glenda Jackson) and Academy nominations for Best Director (Ken Russell). Best Cinematography and Best Screenplay.
1970 BAFTA Award Winner for Best Actor (Alan Bates), Best Actress (Glenda Jackson) and nominated for Best Director.
Golden Globe Winner for Best UK foreign film and Best Actress in a Drama (Glenda Jackson).