Lady Chatterley's Lover

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Shay

Though I did enjoy the details given to each character, I wouldn't describe each character as likable per say. However, they sure were fun to watch. As someone who loves book to movie adaptations, I'll definitely be adding DH Lawrence's novel (of the same name) to my reading list due to this ...Read more

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