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Arguably the programme's most surprising and passionate scene has Lady Chatterley firmly at its centre.
Another scene, considered problematic for modern audiences, has been adapted to make Lady Chatterley a more active participant.
She’s an altogether more confident and troubled person than she might appear in the novel, with more poise but also more anguish." He added "nearly all the film’s romantic scenes between Lady Chatterley and the gamekeeper take place in bed, as they do in the book" with the exception of one in a fairground.
Another is intended as "a bit of atonement for Lawrence’s perceived misogynistic attitude to certain sex acts -- but I won’t spoil your viewing by giving away the content", said the writer.
As revealed earlier this month, the language in the adaptation is also curtailed, with dozens of the most extreme obscenities in the England language represented by a single "c-ck" in the new BBC version.
Mercurio, who admitted his adaptation would "almost certainly" cause debate, said he had hoped to bring the romance between Constance and Sir Clifford to the forefront of his version, as well as the class conflict he believes is central to the book.
One day, Constance steps out to take a walk and pauses to tell Parkin (Jean-Louis Coulloc'h), the estate's groundskeeper, that the cook would like him to shoot a pheasant for the evening's meal.
There's nothing that's going to shock us that we're going to do in is there?
" Madden told the Press Association in March."All that stigma, all that smut's gone and it's actually it's just about these three people which is the fascinating story of it.
There's sex and passion in it but we're not going to shock people like the book did." There will, however, be one scene in which Lady Chatterley runs to Mellors in the middle of a storm, wearing only her nightdress.
He performs a sex act on her outside his cabin, but both apparently remain fully-clothed.He said: "While I hope people will watch the film with an expectation that it does deal with sexual love, I hope that won’t dominate. It’s to tell a story in which we care about the characters, share their dilemmas, their tragedy and their love." • Lady Chatterley's Lover is on BBC One on Sunday at 9pm.