Women in Love (1969)

R 03/25/1970 (US) DramaRomance 2h 11m

The relationship between four sensual people is limited: They must find a new way.

Overview

Growing up in the sheltered confines of a 1920's English coal-mining community, free-spirited sisters Gudrun (Glenda Jackson) and Ursula (Jennie Linden) explore erotic love with a wealthy playboy (Oliver Reed) and a philosophical educator (Alan Bates), with cataclysmic results for all four. Based on the controversial but classic novel by D. H. Lawrence.

  1. Ken Russell

    Director

  2. D.H. Lawrence

    Novel

  3. Larry Kramer

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Alan Bates

    Alan Bates

    Rupert Birkin

  2. Oliver Reed

    Oliver Reed

    Gerald Crich

  3. Glenda Jackson

    Glenda Jackson

    Gudrun Brangwen

  4. Jennie Linden

    Jennie Linden

    Ursula Brangwen

  5. Eleanor Bron

    Eleanor Bron

    Hermione Roddice

  6. Alan Webb

    Alan Webb

    Thomas Crich

  7. Vladek Sheybal

    Vladek Sheybal

    Loerke

  8. Catherine Willmer

    Mrs. Crich

  9. View More

Full Cast & Crew

Women in Love
Women in Love

Status Released

Original Language English

Budget $1,250,000.00

Revenue -

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