Women In Love

DVD Rating: *

Reviewed by: The Hoodler

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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?).

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Reviewed on: 29 Nov 2004
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Two sisters in a mining town in the 20s fall in love with two contrasting men.
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Product Code: 10001156

Region: 2

Sound: Dolby Digital

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