Lady Chatterley’s Lover (2022) Dual Audio {Hindi-English}

A story well ahead of its time, We follow the life of Lady Chatterley, a woman born to a life of wealth and privilege, who soon finds herself married to a man that she eventually falls out of love with. Lady Chatterley engages in a torrid affair with a gamekeeper on their English estate, discovering more desire and intimacy than she thought possible. When she realizes that she has fallen heart and soul, she breaks all traditions of the day and seeks happiness with the man she loves.

Full Name: Lady Chatterley’s Lover
Released: 2022
Language: Dual Audio (Hindi+English)
Subtitles: Yes (English)
Size: 420MB, 1.1GB & 2.7GB
Quality: 480p, 720p & 1080p – WEB-DL HD
Runtime: 2Hrs 6 Min
Format: Mkv


Lady Chatterley's Lover | December 2, 2022 (United States) 6.7


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England, without a doubt has enchanted numerous literature figures with its picturesque landscape and esoteric lifestyles.

But this isn’t a blog about England, or the English people, or even the town of Wragby. It is about Mrs. Constance Chatterley and her unprecedented escapades at Wragby

Directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, Lady Chatterley’s Lover is an adult explicit romantic-drama movie based on a far more explicit novel of the same name by a well-known classic author D.H Lawrence.

The setting and subject of Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre’s second film couldn’t be more different from those of her first. But the contemporary drama The Mustang and the director’s interpretation of D.H. Lawrence’s century-old novel share a sensuous physicality, an appreciation for skin and muscle — how bodies move, how they spar, how they intertwine. In the 2019 film, the beautiful bodies belong to Matthias Schoenaerts and a wild horse; in Lady Chatterley’s Lover, Emma Corrin and Jack O’Connell steam up the screen as kindred spirits ignited by carnal passion.

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Lawrence was dismissed as a pornographer by many, and his oft-adapted 1928 novel, his last, was for years banned as obscene in several countries. Then it became part of the English-lit canon. Eventually it would be dissed by Susan Sontag as reactionary. Even in this telling, where the intelligence of Corrin’s character and her drive for honest experience form the narrative engine, placing the spotlight on the woman behind “milady,” there’s something old-fashioned about the all-encompassing romance — satisfyingly so.

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