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The film stars Holliday Grainger as Lady Chatterley, Richard Madden as Oliver Mellors, James Norton as Sir Clifford Chatterley, and Jodie Comer as Ivy Bolton.In UK newspaper The Guardian, Sam Wollaston wrote of the film's opening scene, "Hang on, what mining disaster at the start of Lady Chatterley's Lover, you might ask, as I did.The answer, as it turned out during last night's 90-minute adaptation, was simple.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".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. 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).
I found myself willing them to be together and was almost brought to tears on numerous occasions in the last 40 or so minutes of the show.
Ned Stark was played by Sean Bean who played Oliver Mellers in Lady Chatterley back in 1993.
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.
The adaptation is part of a series of four 20th-century literary adaptations by the BBC, including Laurie Lee's Cider With Rosie, L. 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.
Lawrence's 1928 novel Lady Chatterley's Lover, and premiered on BBC One on 6 September 2015. In the Britain 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.