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Mujeres enamoradas

Women in Love

Dirigida por Ken Russell
Reino Unido, 1969
Romántico, Drama

Sinopsis

The battle of the sexes and relationships among the elite of Britain’s industrial Midlands in the 1920s. Gerald and Rupert are best friends who fall in love with a pair of sisters Gudrun, a sculptress and Ursula, a schoolteacher. Rupert marries Ursula, Gerald begins a love affair with Gudrun.

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Mujeres enamoradas Dirigida por Ken Russell

FESTIVALES Y PREMIOS

Academy Awards

1971 | Ganador: Best Actress in a Leading Role

1971 | 3 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Director

National Board of Review

1971 | 2 victorias incluyendo: Best Actress

BAFTA Awards

1970 | 11 nominaciones incluyendo: Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music

Golden Globes (USA)

1971 | Ganador: Best English-Language Foreign Film

1971 | 2 nominaciones incluyendo: Best Director

I think that’s part of what makes him so exciting, especially today, when independent filmmaking has gotten so economical and young filmmakers are usually taught to do the bare minimum to tell their stories. Russell flies in the face of that; he wants to bathe in every little detail and use the medium to its fullest potential to create an all-engrossing experience.
June 12, 2019
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In an appreciation of the novel “Women in Love,” the critic Camille Paglia recalls in her collection of essays “Vamps & Tramps” that a poster portrait of Lawrence was a dorm-room pinup — perhaps only among English majors — in the late ‘60s. This cultlike objectification is akin to Russell and Kramer’s film: a robust, entertaining, tastefully vulgar celebration of Lawrence’s philosophy.
November 29, 2017
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Every emotion is amplified to a frenzied extreme. People don’t simply kiss in this film; they attack each other. They furiously rend clothes and claw at each other’s flesh, all while Russell’s camera barrels in close, practically groping the actors’ bodies. Where Lawrence attempted to probe the complexities of modern sexual psychology, Russell is more interested in using the novel’s sexually charged characters as figures to be placed into a series of fevered tableaux.
November 26, 2017
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¿Qué dicen los demás?

  • dionysus67's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    Russell's hallucinatory vision reaches here epic heights of stylistic bravura. The juxtaposition between vitalist spontaneity and industrialization (the coal mines shots are superb) is handled with moderate distortion in the lenses used and thus adds to the elemental conflict between organism and the machine apt psychological scope. The wrestling sequence is exquisitely shot, tinged with romantically sexed virility.

  • Ethan's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    This is one of the most beautiful and sensuous films ever made with a mix of harsh reality and cynical judgments on relationships between men and women and the ever going debate on who is more shitty men or women. Ken Russell is a true master of the cinema as he evokes powerful emotions from the brilliant camerawork to the perfectly crafted drama that unfolds throughout this hypnotic film.

  • Matthew Martens's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    Lawrence stripped down and dressed up. Russell provides strictly the bullet points with respect to the novel's characters and sexual ideology -- in fact, the former would serve little purpose except as a delivery system for the latter were it not for Russell's perhaps still greater fascination with stylistic effulgence and its concomitant erotic charge, culminating in a wrestling match in which beauty is the beast.

  • Frankly, Mr. Shankly's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    Outstanding direction and cinematography. Though I found some scenes a little outta place, the movie works fine as a whole. Also, its exploration of nudity, love and sexuality is incredibly audacious. The Bates/Reed naked wrestling scene is not only memorable, but one of the most homoerotic moments I have ever seen.

  • Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    Russell brings his trademark histrionic energy to infuse riveting life into what could easily have been another stodgy English costume drama. The principal cast is some of England's very best at their very best. A number of classic sequences, even if the final act does drag on a bit too long. Russell would go on to make even more powerful films, but this is perhaps the first time he worked to his full potential.

  • Richmond Hill's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    A neat distillation and sieving-out of key Lawrentian metaphors and concerns into a richly textured film, that overcomes most of the author's sometimes lumpy motifs. It works best as a kinetic visual gallop and is gloriously realised by all concerned. That said, the stronger portion of the film is the earlier exposition rather than the concluding scenes which don't quite translate into cinema here. Jackson is a treat

  • Ghostman's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    Women in Love is a terrific & provocative film that explores class relations, gender divisions, & sexuality in a way that still feels fresh despite its 1920s setting. Adapted from D.H. Lawrence's novel & directed by Ken Russell, the film is bold & flamboyant for a British period piece. Russell's movie is an adult & nuanced work that is unafraid to push its themes and ideas with daring, head-on vigor, & fearlessness.

  • Jason's rating of the film Mujeres enamoradas

    Dealing in approximately twelve strong ideas per second, Ken Russell entered the big time w/ a D.H Lawrence adaptation that does far more than merely lustily subvert what would come to be known as capital-H Heritage. Russell and Lawrence have something fundamental in common: they both testify to the fact that art and life ought mount revolution at the site of the everyday. Glenda Jackson descended from Mount Olympus.

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