The Scandalous Lady W

Synopsis: A gripping 18th century drama details the scandalous life of Lady Seymour Worsley, who dared to leave her husband and elope with his best friend, Captain George Bisset. Lady Seymour Worsley escapes her troubled marriage only to find herself at the centre of a very public trial brought by her powerful husband Sir Richard Worsley.
Director(s): Sheree Folkson
Production: Wall to Wall Media
87 min

will never let you down.

The world will take me for a scoundrel,

but my heart is in your hand...

and I am a slave to your quim.

We will take breakfast privately...

and a bedchamber for my husband and I.

Married, my arse!

Forgive us, ladies. We were

resting from our travels.

Do not fret, my dear. He'll

never find us here.

I will be at ease when my Jane is with me.

All will be well with the child.

Don't call her "the child". - Shh.

Make up the bed chambers and be gone.

Lady Worsley is unhappy.

I'm sorry to hear that's so.

Many ladies of rank are

wont to selfishness.

Lady Worsley is a magnificent woman...

if I may say so.

Yes, you may.

You may.

Nay, never would I have known

that a woman of breeding

could be so wanton and so desires fucking.


.. that is most extraordinary.

She says it is love that

fuels her passions.


I jest not, my lord. The respite

would be most welcome.

She likes you.

You have my permission to try with her.

You ask too much of me, sir.

I am your wife and I love you.

It would not touch my love

for you, nor yours mine.

Richard, please...

You know, unless you do as I wish,

I suffer viciously with the horn colic.

- But I don't... - Why will

you not do my bidding?

You are my wife.

Are you not satisfied with looking

upon me through the keyhole?

No, I'm not.

All I wish for, sir,

is to be happy and in love

and with my husband.

All I wish for, madam,

is that you do my bidding.

You betray my love for you by asking...

It is not betrayal...

it is simply my wish.

You should wish to please me.

I won't.

I won't.

Then as you wish.


I've promised Deerhurst that you are game.


Why, I say?


You see, my lord, what hurts me greatly

is that she will not even try.

To think, I married a sour-faced prig!

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