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Emma Corrin, best known for playing a marginalized and disaffected British royal woman, has slipped into the role of… a marginalized and disaffected British royal lady.

And just as Corrin was stunning as the younger Princess Diana on Netflix’s The Crown, the cast as Lady Chatterley in streamer’s new film Lady Chatterley’s Lover is beguiling and irrepressible.

Movie review

Running time: 126 minutes.
Rated R (Heavy sexual content, graphic nudity, and some speech.) On Netflix December 2nd.

The adaptation of DH Lawrence’s once widely banned novel, directed by Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre, is as steamy as you’d expect from a 2022 version of the roll-in-the-hay material. The extensive sex scenes are based on the hard-hitting lines of Hulu’s “Normal People”. as they should be. You can’t do a prudish “Chatterley” very well.

But before she tears her clothes off in ecstasy, Constance is the devoted new bride of Sir Clifford Chatterley (Matthew Duckett, sympathetic, not stuffy), who she, although expected to father, will inherit an heir from his Wragby estate , she marries solely for love.

When he goes to war and is paralyzed from the waist down – unable to have children – he proposes to his wife that they have an affair in order to have a baby. What the servants and the townspeople do not know will not harm them.

Lady Chatterley (Emma Corrin) takes on the game warden (Jack O'Connell). "Lady Chatterley's lover."
Lady Chatterley (Emma Corrin) takes on the game warden (Jack O’Connell) in Lady Chatterley’s Lover.
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She connects with Oliver (Jack O’Connell), the working-class game warden who’s not only rugged and hot and lives in a romantic cottage in the woods, but also has a passion for reading. A work of fiction, indeed.

But their woodland dates, which have little to do with Lady Chatterley, become a high stakes when the couple falls in love, and her husband’s caretaker, Mrs Bolton (Joely Richardson), catches the affair. The prospect of staying with the increasingly embittered Clifford becomes a torment.

Constance's home life begins to crumble as she grows closer to Oliver.
Constance’s (Emma Corrin) personal life begins to crumble as she grows closer to Oliver.
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Chatterley is the book that launched a thousand stories, and that story—with its class differences, risky affairs, and sexual awakening—is ubiquitous in film, television, and novels. Lawrence’s work has been adapted countless times.

With plot surprises off the table, its success depends on the casting of Connie and Oliver and the tension and heat they muster to melt the cold wragby. And Corrin and O’Connell are ghost peppers hot.

O’Connell deftly walks the line between a here’s your firewood ma’am stud in a couples role-playing game and the layered, complex, sensitive guy you’d find in a BBC drama. It’s easy to believe that he and Corrin are staying at his cabin.

Oliver (Jack O'Connell) isn't just a nature worker and a guy - he loves to read.
Oliver (Jack O’Connell) isn’t just a nature worker and a guy – he loves to read.
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As for mega-talented Corrin, there’s been a lot of talk about those oceanic eyes as they reference Princess Diana’s piercing stares during The Crown. But Corrin’s looks are just as devastating and dreamy for a character with her own unique struggles and a different, old-fashioned maturity. The performer conveys the euphoria of an affair – essentially – with as much force as the pressure and terror of one.

Only 26 years old and Corrin’s career is already on fire – like Lady Chatterley’s and Oliver’s loins. Netflix hot sex movie

Emma Bowman

Emma Bowman is a USTimeToday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma Bowman joined USTimeToday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with Emma Bowman by emailing

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