After his latest novel, “The Rainbow,” courts controversy, author D. H. Lawrence (Ian McKellen) travels with his wife, Frieda (Janet Suzman), from his native England to the U.S. to escape the outrage it has caused. His reception there is less than warm, so they depart for Mexico and then Italy as Lawrence battles tuberculosis. Once in Italy, he settles down to write what will eventually become both his greatest and his most notorious work: “Lady Chatterley’s Lover.”
Priest of Love is a British biographical film about D. H. Lawrence and his wife Frieda (née Von Richthofen). It was produced and directed by Christopher Miles and co-produced by Andrew Donally.
The screenplay was by Alan Plater from the biography A Priest of Love by Harry T. Moore. The music score was by Francis James Brown and Stanley Joseph Seeger, credited jointly as “Joseph James”, and the cinematography was by Ted Moore.
The film was first released by Filmways in New York on 11 October 1981 and then by Enterprise Pictures Ltd in London with a Royal Premiere on 18 February 1982.
Original Language: English
Director: Christopher Miles
Producer: Christopher Miles, Andrew Donally
Writer: Alan Plater
Stars: Janet Suzman, Ian McKellen, Graham Faulkner
Runtime: 2h 5m
Production Co: Milesian Films
Includes subtitles for the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, Cantonese, Danish, Dutch, Filipino, Hindi, Russian, French, Italian, Japanese, Greek, German, Spanish, Swedish, Portuguese, Polish, English. English Subs.
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