Lady Chatterley | Extended European Edition (DVD)
Directed by Pascale Ferran
Composed by Beatrice Thiriet
Directed by Pascale Ferran
EXTENDED EUROPEAN EDITION
A film by Pascale Ferran
Based on the novel by D. H. Lawrence
Winner of five Cesars (the French Oscar®) and ranked at the top of numerous 2007 ten best lists when it debuted in America, Pascale Ferran's Lady Chatterley was praised as a filmic adaptation that "found the soul of the celebrated D.H. Lawrence novel" (Los Angeles Times) and "ranks as one of the sexiest, smartest page-to-screen transfers ever made" (Time Out New York).
Kino is now proud to present Lady Chatterley in a new, two-part, Extended European Edition featuring nearly an hour of additional material excluded from the film's theatrical cut that explores the emotional and sensual borderlands uniting sex, love, and loyalty with even more intelligence, passion, and power than before. Through extra footage never seen in the US, director Pascale Ferran's "rapturous visual tone poem" (New York Times) becomes both a highly erotic immersion into Lady Chatterley and Parkin's passion and an equally frank and unsentimentally provocative portrayal of a marriage hobbled by war and ultimately torn apart by hypocrisy.
Ferran and her cast, led by the award-winning Marina Hands in the title role, Jean-Louis Coulloc'h as Parkin, and Hippolyte Girardot as Sir Clifford Chatterley, dramatize D.H. Lawrence's tug of war between social classes with a narrative precision and poetic detail rivaled only by Lawrence's novel itself.
France 2006 Color 201 minutes Letterboxed (1.66:1)
In French with optional English subtitles
A film by PASCALE FERRAN
EXTENDED EUROPEAN VERSION
Starring MARINA HANDS JEAN-LOUIS COULLOC'H HIPPOLYTE GIRARDOT
HELENE ALEXANDRIDIS and HELENE FILLIERES
Production Design FRANCOIS-RENAUD LABARTHE
Costume Design MARIE-CLAUDE ALTOT
Editing MATHILDE MUYARD and YANN DEDET
Cinematography JULIEN HIRSCH
Original Music BEATRICE THIRIET
Written by PASCALE FERRAN and ROGER BOHBOT
>From the novel "John Thomas and Lady Jane"
by D. H. LAWRENCE
Directed by PASCALE FERRAN
© 2006 MK2 S.A.
© 2006 Maia Films ARTE France Saga Films
Titre et Structure Production Les films de lendermain
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PLEASE NOTE: LADY CHATTERLEY is also available in its single-DVD Theatrical Edition
"THE MOST FRANKLY SENSUAL MOVIE IN MEMORY." Kenneth Turan, LOS ANGELES TIMES
"In the expert hands of director Pascale Ferran...A SIZZLER IN EVERY SENSE OF THE WORD." Peter Travers, ROLLING STONE
Winner Five Cesars
Best Actress (Narrative Feature) Tribeca Film Festival
Official Selection Independent Spirit Awards
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