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The producer of the BBC’s new adaptation of Lady Chatterley’s Lover has admitted that the sex scenes are so graphic they are verging on pornographic. The story follows Lady Constance (Grainger) who finds sexual solace with gameskeeper Oliver Mellor (Madden) after her husband – played by James Norton – can no longer engage in intercourse after wounding himself during First World War. Lawrence’s classic tale stars Holliday Grainger and ex-Game Of Thrones star Richard Madden, who of course is no stranger to graphic sex scenes.The book was published officially in the UK back in 1960, but was banned and soon the publishers’ Penguin were put on the trial under the Obscene Publications Act of 1959 because of its language and content. Lawrence used a certain type of language in the book because it was ground-breaking.The jury found Penguin not guilty but the book has gone down in history of one of the raunchiest novels of all time. He was making a point about artistic expression.’ But he also revealed that the show may not be quite as X-rated as we think: ‘The idea was to tell this as a love story, a love triangle.
Speaking to The Sun, she admitted: "I was quite shocked reading the script, and when I saw the film, watching one sex scene."I’m not sure what more we could have shown unless it was porn.
Branded as "the new Poldark" thanks to images of a bare-chested Richard in the trailer, the story of forbidden love, which crosses the gulf in classes, is certain to set pulses racing.
Happy Valley star James Norton told Radio Times there's an appetite for racy dramas because viewers are no longer "shocked by sex". In 2015 we are no longer shocked by this, and we are no longer shocked that people in books also have sex."James also claimed the new drama presents a more rounded picture of Lady Chatterley's husband than the book."Clifford goes off to war and receives this terrible injury that prevents him having sex.
Lady Chatterley's Lover airs on BBC One on Sunday September 6 at 9pm.
Jame Norton's full interveiw appears in Radio Times.
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.