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Women in Love (1969) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Ken Russell and produced by Martin Rosen, Larry Kramer and Roy Baird.

Academy Awards 1970 --- Ceremony Number 43 (source: AMPAS)

AwardRecipientResult
Best ActressGlenda JacksonWon
Best CinematographyBilly WilliamsNominated
Best DirectorKen RussellNominated
Best WritingLarry KramerNominated
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Gerald Crich: Do you know what it is to suffer when you're with a woman? lt tears you like a silk. And each bit and stroke burns hot. Of course, l wouldn't not have had it. lt was a complete experience. She's a wonderful woman, but l hate her somewhere. lt's curious.
Rupert Birkin: You've had your experience now. Why work on an old wound?
Gerald Crich: Because there's nothing else.
Rupert Birkin: l've loved you, as well as Gudrun. Don't forget.
Gerald Crich: Have you? Or do you think you have?


Ursula Brangwen: Say you love me. Say "My love" to me.
Rupert Birkin: I love you right enough. I just want it to be something else.
Ursula Brangwen: Why? Why isn't it enough?
Rupert Birkin: Because we can go one better.
Ursula Brangwen: We can't. We can only say we love each other. Say "my love" to me. Say it.
Rupert Birkin: Yes, my love. Let love be enough, then. I love you, then. I'm bored by the rest.


Gerald Crich: By God, l'd just concluded that nothing mattered in the world... except somebody to take the edge off one's being alone.


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Michael Gough was cast after shooting had begun when it was decided that the actor originally given the role was miscast.
First film of Christopher Gable.
Carol White turned down the role of Ursula, despite being reportedly offered £10,000 to play the role.
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