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Lady Chatterley’s Lover Release Date, Cast, Plot, And Everything We Know So Far

The 2022 romantic drama film Lady Chatterley’s Lover, based on the same-named D. H. Lawrence novel, was directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre from a screenplay by David Magee. Emma Corrin and Jack O’Connell are the movie’s stars.

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Cast

  • Emma Corrina as Connie Reid
  • Jack O’Connell as Oliver Mellors
  • Matthew Duckett as Clifford Chatterley
  • Joely Richardson as Mrs. Bolton
  • Faye Marsay as Hilda
  • Ella Hunt as Mrs. Flint
  • Anthony Brophy as Sir Malcolm Reid
  • Rachel Andrews as Lily Weeden
  • Eugene O’Hare as Michaelis
  • Jonah Russell as Mr. Linley
  • Nicholas Bishop as Ned
  • Alistair Findlay as Sir Geoffrey Chatterley
  • Sandra Huggett as Mrs. Betts
  • Ellie Piercy as Mrs. Wheedon
  • Rachel Pedley as Mrs. Thompson
  • Zoé Wallon as Baby Josephine
  • Marianne McIvor as Mrs. Warren
  • Christopher Jordan as Mr. Betts

What is the Release Date of Lady Chatterley’s Lover?

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Lady Chatterley’s Lover was shown in a small number of theaters on December 2, 2022, before making its Netflix streaming release on November 25, 2022.

Who is the Director of Lady Chatterley’s Lover?

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French actress, director, producer, and screenwriter Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre also writes and produces films. She began her career as an actress, working primarily in French cinema and television, before becoming a film director and screenwriter. She co-wrote, co-directed, and co-produced The Mustang, her first feature film, in 2019. She received two awards for the movie: the Bingham Ray Breakthrough Director Award at the 2019 Gotham Independent Film Awards and a nomination for Best First Feature at the 35th Independent Spirit Awards. At the 24th Satellite Awards, she also took home the Best First Feature prize. Her previous short films, Atlantic Avenue and Rabbit, the latter of which had its world premiere at Sundance, were written and directed by her. In 2019, she also directed three episodes of the TV show The Act, including the pilot. She directed Lady Chatterley’s Lover, a film adaptation of D. H. Lawrence’s novel Lady Chatterley’s Lover, starring Emma Corrin.

Lady Chatterley’s Lover | Official Trailer | Netflix

Lady Chatterley's Lover | Official Trailer | Netflix

What is the Plot of Lady Chatterley’s Lover?

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Connie’s life of wealth and privilege seems set after she marries Sir Clifford Chatterley and assumes the title of Lady Chatterley. However, when Clifford returns from the First World War with injuries that have rendered him unable to walk, this idealistic union gradually becomes imprisonment. She meets and falls in love with the gamekeeper Oliver Mellors on the Chatterley family estate. Their private liaisons cause her to experience a sensual sexual awakening. Connie must make a life-altering choice: to follow her heart or to go back to her husband and put up with what Edwardian society expects of her as their relationship becomes the subject of local gossip.

Does Netflix have Lady Chatterley’s Lover?

You can still see it there even though it was only released in a few theaters on November 25. For those who prefer streaming, Lady Chatterley’s Lover will be available on Netflix on December 2.

Where was Lady Chatterley’s Lover 2022 filmed?

The Chatterley mansion is located at Brynkinalt Hall, close to Chirk in Wrexham. According to the owners, many of the rooms, grounds, and gardens seen in the movie will be recognizable to those familiar with the hall. The historic site on the Wales/England border is expected to attract much interest from the movie.

Who ends up with Lady Chatterley?

Connie tells Clifford she expects the Mellors’ child, but Clifford won’t grant her a divorce. The book ends with Connie living with her sister and Mellors working on a farm while they both wait for their divorce. There is a desire for them to reconcile in the end.

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