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Lady Constance Chatterley (Holliday Grainger) enjoys a happy marriage to the dashing aristocrat Sir Clifford Chatterley (James Norton), until he is severely wounded serving in the First World War.
Confined to a wheelchair and impotent, Clifford becomes more distant, and Constance finds comfort in the company of the estate’s brooding, lonely gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors (Richard Madden).
In the England of the 1920s, the social divide between the upper class and their servants was unbreakable: an affair between a lady and a working man would scandalise society and ostracise them both.
Lady Chatterley must choose between propriety and love, while Mellors risks his safety, as they both strive to evade the growing suspicions of her jealous and vengeful husband.
The jury found for Penguin Books and since then Lady Chatterley’s Lover has enjoyed an infamy which remains just as potent today.
In addition to directing duties, Line Of Duty’s Jed Mercurio also wrote the new adaptation, which presents a more rounded picture of Lady Chatterley’s husband.
It didn’t." She went on to add, "And yet, this story of love – and lust – across the class divide lost nothing for losing the profanities".
In the book, he's quite stuffy and set up to be despised, but in our version his snobbery is qualified by his being a young man who is a victim," he revealed."Clifford suffers horribly from the fact that he's unable to satisfy his wife.
It's alluded to in the book, but our story slightly pulls the curtains back on that.
The adaptation is part of a series of four 20th-century literary adaptations by the BBC, including Laurie Lee's Cider With Rosie, LP Hartley's The Go-Between and J B Priestley's play An Inspector Calls.
Lawrence's 1928 novel Lady Chatterley's Lover, and premiered on BBC One on 6 September 2015.
You see him in bed with Constance and he’s feeling totally emasculated.” Mercurio’s script takes pains to make the viewer understand why Lady Chatterley has her affair.