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Priest of love

Author: Christopher MilesJoseph James, (Composer)Alan PlaterAndrew DonallyIan McKellenAll authors
Publisher: New York : Kino International, 2011.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English : Director's cutView all editions and formats
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Following the controversial reception of his novel The Rainbow, David Herbert Lawrence and his wife Frieda leave England for the United States, where they hope that Lawrence's bold themes will be received in a more tolerant climate. Such is not the case, and the Lawrence's travel first to Mexico, and then to Italy, while David attempts to complete and then publish his best known work. However, as the furor over the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biographical films
Film adaptations
Feature films
Fiction films
Motion pictures
Drama
Named Person: D H Lawrence; Frieda Lawrence; D H Lawrence; Frieda Lawrence
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Christopher Miles; Joseph James, (Composer); Alan Plater; Andrew Donally; Ian McKellen; Janet Suzman; Ava Gardner; Penelope Keith; Jorge Rivero; Maurizio Merli; Ted Moore; Paul Davies; Ann Chegwidden; Harry Thornton Moore; Kino International Corporation.
OCLC Number: 729758284
Notes: Originally released as a motion picture in 1981.
Based on The priest of love by Harry T. Moore and on letters and writings of D.H. Lawrence.
Special features: "The way we got it together": documentary on the making of the film, interviews with Ian McKellan and Christopher Miles, deleted scenes with director's commentary, outtakes, trailers, stills galleries.
Credits: Director of photography, Ted Moore ; editors, Paul Davies, Ann Chegwidden ; music, Joseph James.
Cast: Ian McKellen, Janet Suzman, Ava Gardner, Penelope Keith, Jorge Rivero, Maurizio Merli, John Gielgud, James Faulkner.
Target Audience: MPAA rating: R.
Description: 1 videodisc (99 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD; anamorphic widescreen (aspect ratio 1.85:1) ; Dolby digital 2.0.
Responsibility: Stanley J. Seeger presents ; a Christopher Miles film ; screenplay by Alan Plater ; produced by Christopher Miles and Andrew Donally ; directed by Christopher Miles.

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Following the controversial reception of his novel The Rainbow, David Herbert Lawrence and his wife Frieda leave England for the United States, where they hope that Lawrence's bold themes will be received in a more tolerant climate. Such is not the case, and the Lawrence's travel first to Mexico, and then to Italy, while David attempts to complete and then publish his best known work. However, as the furor over the book taxes David's well being, tuberculosis saps his physical health.

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