Lady chatterley sex scene
While the movie seems to get somewhat slow in places, the story would somehow be less complete without them.
Part of the controversy surrounding Lawrence's was the great detail with which he described the sexual encounters between Lady Chatterley and Mellors.
Many movies that attempt to depict sexual intimacy somehow fail to capture the atmosphere or feeling of the moment quite as well as director Ken Russell did in this movie."There's a genre of TV drama out there right now, mainly originating out of US cable networks, that features a great deal of gratuitous female nudity purely for titillation. "Lawrence got into trouble for writing about sex, and also as it happens for painting nudes, but he didn’t do so for commercial gain.He struggled to his dying day to push the boundaries of artistic expression." Recent years have seen something of a backlash against gratuitous female nudity and, particularly, rape as a plot device in popular television shows, with programmes including Game of Thrones being heavily criticised for their treatment of women.Lady Chatterley, whose husband was paralyzed in a war, is faced with the prospect of living the rest of life completely unfulfilled sexually, emotionally and maternally. Lawrence's novels, from which the movie was adapted, addressed some very touchy subjects of the 1920's English culture: sexuality and the dichotomy of the social classes.She then meets Mellors, the family gameskeeper, with whom she begins an affair. The movie, filmed for TV in four segments, does an excellent job of portraying the lives of Lawrence's characters and the lifestyles and fashion of that era.