Trailer Watch: Emma Corrin & Laure de Clermont-Tonnerre Bring “Lady Chatterley’s Lover” to the Screen

“It’s amazing isn’t it? How could someone get into your blood,” said Emma Corinne in a new trailer “Lady Chatterley’s boyfriend.” The Emmy-Nominated Star of “The Crown” Toplines Lorre de Clermont-Tonnere’s adaptation of the controversial 1928 novel by D.H. Lawrence.

the movie is like this Lady Chatterley (Corin), the former Constance “Connie” Reid, whose marriage to her Baronet husband Sir Clifford Chatterley (Matthew Duckett) begins to feel like a prison for the young woman. Despite his brilliant net of nobility, Connie grows increasingly dissatisfied with Sir Chatterley after being paralyzed below the waist from a WWI injury.

As the caretaker of her ailing husband, Connie must choose between her husband-wife duty and the fulfillment of her carnal desires. “Connie is tired,” tells Sir Clifford in the trailer. “Who do you think is taking care of her when she’s taking care of you?”

When Connie meets Oliver (Jack O’Connell), the gamekeeper of their country estate, the two engage in a terrible extramarital affair. “Her secret efforts lead her to sexual awakening. She is faced with a decision: follow her heart or return to her husband and bear what society expects of her,” teases the gist of the film. .

“I have too many gentlemen,” Connie declares in the trailer, which sees her reclaiming control of her sex life. This space also explores the risks associated with interclass relations between an aristocrat and a working class man in socially stratified 20th-century England.

Best known for playing Princess Diana in the British monarchical drama “The Crown,” Corinne’s latest project, “My Policeman,” launches today, November 4, on Prime Video. The queer drama follows three men embroiled in a love triangle during 1950s Britain, when homosexuality was still illegal.

Clermont-Tonre made its debut with 2019’s “The Mustang,” a drama about a criminal who trains wild Mustangs while attending a rehab program. Her TV directing credits include “American Crime Story,” “Mrs. America,” and “Act.”

“Lady Chatterley’s Lover” will hit theaters on November 23 and will be available on Netflix on December 2.