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He noted that director Mercurio has "added bits here, borrowed there, taken plenty away. They shouldn't be: what works on 400 or so printed pages is different to what works in 90 minutes of television.
See more » I knew very little of what Lady Chatterley's Lover was about before watching this adaptation of the 1928 novel of the same name, due to the fact that I don't really read classics, until I saw the trailer for it one day on BBC One.After I saw the trailer a few times, I knew that I wanted to watch it and then, after viewing it, possibly get around to reading the novel.Now that I have seen the TV Film, I know that I am definitely going to finish the novel at some point in the near future.I am relatively new to the acting of both Grainger and Norton, having only fleetingly seen them as small roles in other TV shows. While Norton was given the task of playing the wheelchair-bound Sir Clifford Chatterley which, in my eyes, could not have been the easiest of roles for an actor to play, Grainger was given the role of Lady Constance "Connie" Chatterley. She is a character that you'll just love to hate.I understand how film critics may be a little disappointed with this adaptation, if they have previously read the novel, as I quite often compare a film adaptation with its book counterpart but, as someone who went into watching this adaptation completely blind from knowing any previous history of it, I thoroughly enjoyed it and would definitely watch it again.
It was thanks to this so-called 'obscene language' that the book was banned in the UK for more than 30 years.