The last years in the life of controversial English novelist D.H. Lawrence, examining his battles with censorship and tuberculosis.
Intense British account of a schoolteacher distraught by the suicide of a newly acquainted graduate student.
Jean Travers is a schoolmarm who has lived in Wetherby, a small town in northeastern Yorkshire, all of her life. She is still haunted by memories of a passionate affair with a young man who was murdered while on military duty.
This biography chronicles the turbulent late career of author D. H. Lawrence, who seeks a place to complete his masterwork, "Lady Chatterley's Lover."
In his first starring role, Sir Ian McKellen gives a sensational performance as D.H. Lawrence, working alongside Hollywood legend Ava Gardner and director Christopher Miles. Priest of Love provides a beautifully shot portrait of one of the great artists of the 20th century.
In his first starring role, Sir Ian McKellen gives a sensational performance as D.H. Lawrence, working alongside Hollywood legend Ava Gardner and director Christopher Miles. McKellen shows Lawrence in all his rebellious grandeur, thumbing his nose at authority while still managing to write masterpieces. The film begins with the English government burning copies of The Rainbow, and continues through his exodus around the world, joined by his combative wife Frieda (Janet Suzman).
A retired London vaudevillian and his dog become attached to a pair of affection starved street kids, sharing adventure and happiness.
When Carol learns that her best friend Lillian had an affair with her husband back in the 1970s, she gets revenge by reporting Lillian to the DSS.
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