Glenda Jackson, best actress

“Women in Love” (1970)<br>
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Jackson may be the only member of England’s Parliament who has appeared nude in a film. In the early 1970s, Jackson couldn’t seem to keep her clothes on, especially in Ken Russell’s engrossing version of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002956" title="D.H. Lawrence" href="/topic/entertainment/d.h.-lawrence-PECLB002956.topic">D.H. Lawrence</a>’s classic novel. Despite her willingness to bare her breasts and then some, Jackson wasn’t exactly Playboy centerfold material. Actually, the film’s best nude scene is the infamous erotically charged wrestling sequence between Oliver Reed and <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB000383" title="Alan Bates" href="/topic/entertainment/alan-bates-PECLB000383.topic">Alan Bates</a>.

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“Women in Love” (1970)

Jackson may be the only member of England’s Parliament who has appeared nude in a film. In the early 1970s, Jackson couldn’t seem to keep her clothes on, especially in Ken Russell’s engrossing version of D.H. Lawrence’s classic novel. Despite her willingness to bare her breasts and then some, Jackson wasn’t exactly Playboy centerfold material. Actually, the film’s best nude scene is the infamous erotically charged wrestling sequence between Oliver Reed and Alan Bates.

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