Women in Love (1969)

R   |    |  Drama, Romance

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Two best friends fall in love with a pair of women, but the relationships soon go in very different directions.



  • Alan Bates and Jennie Linden in Women in Love (1969)
  • Glenda Jackson at an event for Women in Love (1969)
  • Glenda Jackson at an event for Women in Love (1969)
  • Glenda Jackson in Women in Love (1969)
  • Jennie Linden in Women in Love (1969)
  • Glenda Jackson in Women in Love (1969)

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6 December 2004 | savieri
arresting, breathtakingly beautiful. Ten out of Ten.
This film is a masterpiece.

DH Lawrence has provided a wonderful story world for Ken Russell

to explore modern notions of romance, monogamy -- sex and the beast. Only the recent Thai film "Tropical Malady" has managed to grapple with these themes with such playful and erotic sensitivity. The sort of film which confronts the very notion of a moral fabric -- dangerous -- yet vital if audiences are willing to challenge their own notions of fairytale love, expectations for companionship and ultimately happiness.

The mismatched performance style (Glenda J's unusual mix of naturalism and

Brechtian facade -- is delightful when juxtaposed with Oliver Reeds hammy

closetted representational queer). Like "cAT ON A HOT TIN roof" this

performance contrast only serves to strengthen the academic rigour of the film's politics -- and ultimately serves as an emotional beacon to enlighten an

audience with an elusive mind.

Like "The Day of the Locust" -- this film is breathtakingly modern -- and before it's time.

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