D.H. Lawrence as Son and LoverStreaming Video - 2008
Lawrence's letters, essays, and autobiographical sketches provide the sound track of this biography of the man who is arguably the greatest and certainly the most controversial English novelist of our century, while the artifacts and scenes of his life provide the visuals. The ideas that permeate Lawrence's work are shown here as they develop through the dominant figures in his life-the father from whom he cannot distance himself, his possessive mother, and the young woman who cannot be the goddess of his desire. First-rate performances and deep literary insight combine to make this a program that truly adds to the perception of D.H. Lawrence's life and work.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c1991