Following the banning and burning of his novel, "The Rainbow," D.H. Lawrence and his wife, Frieda, move to the United States, and then to Mexico. When Lawrence contracts tuberculosis, they return to England for a short time, then to Italy, where Lawrence writes "Lady Chatterley's Lover." Written by
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He was D.H. Lawrence. She was his Lady Chatterley. Their extraordinary romance was more tempestuous than any he wrote.
Did You Know?
The meaning and relevance of this film's title is that it is taken from a quotation by D.H. Lawrence
. It reads: "I shall always be a priest of love and a glad one. Once you've known what love can do, there's no disappointment and no despair." See more