Netflix's Lady Chatterley's Lover Is Even Raunchier Than Bridgerton

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Do you think you've bitten every halfway awesome TV show? We have great news: Netflix has adapted D.H. Lawrence's particularly racy novel Lady Chatterley's Lover into a movie. Starring none other than Emma Corrin (aka Princess Diana in The Crown) and Jack O'Connell (Cook from Skins)!
D.H. Lawrence's steamy novel, with its litany of F-words, C-words, and oh-so-gross descriptions of sex, was notoriously banned for obscenity and wasn't publicly released in the United States until 1959, despite being written in the 1920s. But now? Bring it on.
And the film adaptation is coming to Netflix soon, so you won't have to wait long! Here's everything we know so far about Lady Chatterley's lover.
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What is Lady Chatterley's Lover about?
In August 2021, Netflix confirmed that an adaptation of Lady Chatterley's Lover was in the works.
They also tweeted: "Director Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre's romantic drama is a retelling of the classic novel by D.H. Lawrence about a married woman who embarks on a torrid affair with the estate's game warden."
You will recall that while the book was first published in 1928, it wasn't available in the UK or US until the 1960s. This was in part due to the book's explicit content, which was deemed too obscene to read. Sounds good to us.
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Who will star in Lady Chatterley's Lover?
Emma Corrin, Jack O'Connell and Matthew Duckett (A Confession) will star in the adaptation.
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What have the reviews said about Lady Chatterley's Lover so far?
"The commitment and passion of co-lead actors, Emma Corrin and Jack O'Connell, carry this new version of DH Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover," reads the Guardian review. "The film never shies away from eroticism and full sex, albeit with a somewhat quirky soft-focus approach at times."
Emma Corrin in particular was highly acclaimed by the Los Angeles Times, where she is described as having: "cold physicality and expressive blushing [in all] scenes - whether lonely or laughing, irritated or encouraged." It is a true star performance, the light of intelligence practically shining from the eyes of this awakened woman.”
Is there a release date for Lady Chatterley's Lover?
The film was released in select theaters on November 25. So check your local listings to see if you can see it now. For those who prefer to stream, Lady Chatterley's Lover is coming to Netflix on December 2nd.
Is there a trailer for Lady Chatterley's Lover?
Yes, there is. Check this out before you see the whole thing:
This post was originally published in Glamor UK.
Originally appeared on Glamour

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