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Women In Love
Reviewed by: The HoodlerRead Jeff Robson's film review of Women In Love
The colour and sound quality is particularly good, considering the age of the film.
It would have been interesting if Alan Bates and Oliver Reed had been persuaded to say a few words about the (in)famous wresting scene. Now that they are no longer with us, it seems an opportunity missed. Glenda Jackson might have had a view on her first Oscar, especially in her first Ken Russell film - the second was The Music Lovers a year later - but now that she's changed professions, she might feel that a backbench MP has more important things to think about (really?).
Sadly, there are no Extras.Reviewed on: 29 Nov 2004