It’s a story that’s given people much to chatter about since it was first published - and subsequently banned for its sexually explicit content - in the 1920’s. A young British woman named Connie Reid (Emma Corrin) marries an upper-class Baronet named Sir Clifford Chatterly (Matthew Duckett) right before he returns to the front during The Great War. He returns home paralyzed from the waist down and the two move into his family’s grand estate, Wagsby. Due to his injury, he suggests that in order to produce an heir, his wife should look outside their marriage (discreetly of course) and have what he views as the “mechanical” act of sex with another man. Lady Chatterly ends up having an incredibly passionate affair with their gameskeeper Oliver Mellors (Jack O’Connell), in this classic look at class, relationships, and sexual pleasure. Emma gives us an enticing look at all three B’s throughout the couple’s many (mostly outdoor) sex romps, plus once during a bath and while examining themself in a mirror before masturbating on a fancy sofa. This could be our favorite version of this story yet!