In the Chatterley’s country estate, monotonous days follow one after the other for Constance, trapped by her marriage and her sense of duty. During spring, deep in the heart of Wragby forest, she encounters Parkin, the estate’s gamekeeper. The film is their story.
The tale of an encounter, a difficult apprenticeship, a slow awakening to sensuality for her, a long return to life for him. Or how love is but one with experience and transformation. A new vision of D.H. Lawrence’s classic by acclaimed French scriptwriter and director Pascale Ferran.
Born in 1960, she studied at the IDHEC in Paris, and was subsequently involved in numerous films. She was responsible for the French version of Stanley Kubrick’s EYES WIDE SHUT. —Berlinale
Have sex, go on with whatever, have sex, go on with whatever, have sex go on with what ever, have sex go on with whatever. this was the plot of the movie.
Please see the extended European version to experience the original masterpiece without the "good taste cuts" where the average viewer might be bored. It really expresses sexuality on a new level ; that might not be as cool as a Tarantino movie, but it's far more important and with a lasting impression.