Lady chatterleys lover movie sex scene
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Lawrence's novel about love across the social divide tells the story of Constance Chatterley, a married woman who seeks sexual satisfaction elsewhere after her husband is wounded during the First World War and left paralysed from the waist down.
Connie feels isolated; the vaunted intellectuals prove empty and bloodless, and she resorts to a brief and dissatisfying affair with a visiting playwright, Michaelis.
Connie longs for real human contact, and falls into despair, as all men seem scared of true feelings and true passion.
Indeed, Penguin editors could not have countenanced the various expurgated versions, where 'penis’ was rendered as 'liver’ and 'purple’ passages deleted, to the undoubted confusion and disappointment of readers.
The Act was designed to make it easier for the police to root out exploitative pornography, while protecting works of literary merit.