The Virgin and the Gypsy | Chicago Reader

The Virgin and the Gypsy

Joanna Shimkus, pale and reedy, is a repressed clergyman's daughter; Franco Nero is the traveling fortune teller who warms her up. Christopher Miles directs the D.H. Lawrence story with a dilettantish, literary air, though the film is much more coherent than his later Lawrence biography, Priest of Love. With Honor Blackman and Michael Burns (1970).

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