Lady Chatterley's Lover (2015) 720p YIFY Movie

Lady Chatterley's Lover (2015)

In 1913 Connie Reid marries wealthy Nottingham colliery owner Sir Clifford Chatterley but he returns from the Great War disabled and in a wheelchair. Connie is loyal but begins to feel ...

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  • Genre: Drama | Romance
  • Quality: 720p
  • Size: 1.08G
  • Resolution: 1280x720 / 25.000 fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 89
  • IMDB Rating: 6.4/10 
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The Synopsis for Lady Chatterley's Lover (2015) 720p

In 1913 Connie Reid marries wealthy Nottingham colliery owner Sir Clifford Chatterley but he returns from the Great War disabled and in a wheelchair. Connie is loyal but begins to feel alienated as he engages a nurse, Mrs Bolton, to bathe him and excludes her from pit business. Despite his desire for an heir his impotency results in a lack of sexual activity and Connie is drawn to handsome Oliver Mellors, the plain-spoken former miner her husband has engaged as his game-keeper and who represents the passion she craves. They embark upon a physical affair in Oliver's cottage but are discovered and betrayed by Mrs Bolton. Connie, now carrying Oliver's child, must choose between a pampered but joyless existence with her husband or an uncertain future with the man she has come to love.


The Director and Players for Lady Chatterley's Lover (2015) 720p

[Director]Jed Mercurio
[Role:]Richard Madden
[Role:]James Norton
[Role:]Holliday Grainger


The Reviews for Lady Chatterley's Lover (2015) 720p


A woman before her time, or a good time girl?Reviewed byPaul EvansVote: 6/10

Constance Reid meets Sir Clifford Chatterley, a wealthy Mining Colliery owner, and the two quickly marry. After a short passionate renaissance Clifford who is serving in the Army is caught by a bomb blast and suffers massive injuries, which leave him wheelchair bound. Oliver Mellors, a fellow survivor from the front line turns up at the Chatterley's estate seeking the role of Gamekeeper. Mellors is employed due to the fact that he served in Clifford' regiment. Constance is seemingly quite a passionate woman, and when she first sees the sultry looking Mellors there's a definite attraction, and a love affair between the two soon begins. Clifford becomes desperate for an heir, hugely frustrated because he can't produce one he tries to initiate proceedings.

The scene of Clifford getting caught up in the bomb blast was fantastic, it looked very realistic. I would question how Constance hadn't heard of his accident though.

I applaud James Norton for his performance as Clifford, he's a truly versatile actor, he has the ability to make you love him and hate him, and in this he made me pity him, he is fantastic, and is the one giving the others the masterclass in acting.

It's a very well behaved version of such a well known story, it's well acted, it looks good. I just felt it was missing a bit of spark, maybe Lady C herself, possibly she should have been a bit more intense, a bit more passionate. I felt Holliday Grainger got better as it went on, there was an innocence to her character, just missing a little bit of allure, but on the whole it was pretty good. 6/10

Holy mother of God! I don't even know where to begin with trying to compile my thoughts into comprehensible sentences.Reviewed byhammondjemmaVote: 9/10

I knew very little of what Lady Chatterley's Lover was about before watching this adaptation of the 1928 novel of the same name, due to the fact that I don't really read classics, until I saw the trailer for it one day on BBC One. After I saw the trailer a few times, I knew that I wanted to watch it and then, after viewing it, possibly get around to reading the novel. Now that I have seen the TV Film, I know that I am definitely going to finish the novel at some point in the near future.

The on-screen chemistry between Lady Chatterley & Mellors, portrayed by Holliday Grainger and Richard Madden respectively, had me hooked from their very first meeting. I found myself willing them to be together and was almost brought to tears on numerous occasions in the last 40 or so minutes of the show.

Having already seen Madden as the self-proclaimed "King of the North" Robb Stark in the current HBO adaptation of George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones I had an idea of how I felt regarding his acting and let me say, he does not disappoint. His portrayal of gamekeeper Oliver Mellors was, to me, simply astounding.

I am relatively new to the acting of both Grainger and Norton, having only fleetingly seen them as small roles in other TV shows. But boy did they impress me. While Norton was given the task of playing the wheelchair-bound Sir Clifford Chatterley which, in my eyes, could not have been the easiest of roles for an actor to play, Grainger was given the role of Lady Constance "Connie" Chatterley. Grainger plays Lady Chatterley so very well. She is a character that you'll just love to hate.

I understand how film critics may be a little disappointed with this adaptation, if they have previously read the novel, as I quite often compare a film adaptation with its book counterpart but, as someone who went into watching this adaptation completely blind from knowing any previous history of it, I thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely watch it again.

Reviewed byl_rawjalaurenceVote: 7/10/10

Compared to earlier versions of the Lawrence novel on film andtelevision - for example, Ken Russell's 1993 television version orSylvia Kristel's porno-fest (1981) directed by her then-husband JustJaeckin, Jed Mercurio's telefilm is relatively chaste in terms ofsexual content. We see Mellors (Richard Madden) and Connie (HollidayGrainger) making love, but it is tastefully filmed by the fire inMellors' shack, using lighting strongly reminiscent of Russell's WOMENIN LOVE (1969).

Director Mercurio seems far more interested in exploring theconsequences of class-difference in a highly stratified society.Clifford Chatterley (James Norton) views his mine-workers and servantsas sub-humans, whose sole function consists of serving the rich. In onesequence he sits in his motor-cycle and sidecar and lets Mellors pushhim out of a rut, even though this proves injurious to Mellors' health.He treats Ivy Bolton (Jodie Comer) with equal disdain - that is, untilthe climactic moment when Bolton confronts her master with the news ofLady Chatterley's affair.

The contrast between rich and poor could not be more stark. The filmopens with a mining accident in which Ivy's husband Ted (ChrisMorrison) is crushed to death by an underground fall of coal. Left withlittle or nothing to survive on, Ivy can only eke out an existenceserving the rich. By contrast Clifford lives a life of comfortablegentility, indulging in frequent parties whose guests dance to ScottJoplin rag-times played by a servile band.

It is these class-differences that inspire Mellors' resentment. Thereason for his feelings is clearly explained towards the end; sufficeto say that he believes that the landed gentry have little or noconception of what it is to live on the bread-line, at the beck andcall of the upper classes. We might be persuaded to see his affair withLady Chatterley as a means for him to take revenge on all the socialslights he has experienced throughout his life.

Yet Grainger's performance proves that this is clearly not the case. AsLady Chatterley she spends much of her time caring for her husband,even though it is a thankless task. Frustrated by her husband'simpotence, she looks for love and compassion; and finds both inMellors. She resembles a ship without a rudder; constrained by theconventions of a restrictive upper class, she longs to express herselfboth emotionally and sexually. Grainger proves extremely good atsuggesting this frustration through small facial gestures puncturingher veneer of social respectability.

To be honest, this version of LADY CHATTERLEY does not make any attemptto explore sexual feelings in any great depth, as in Lawrence'ssource-text. Director Mercurio sees the story as a tussle between dutyand emotion, which reaches a climax at the end when the threeprotagonists at last confront one another.

This is a thoroughly satisfying production of the Lawrence classic,marred only by some syrupy music (by Csrly Paradis) that sometimesdirects our attention away from the characters' emotions.

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