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"It's a bit of an inconvenience, because it's taking up screen time when you could be getting to know someone.
"[So] You take it and then say to the director, 'I don't think we need this scene, let's cut it.'" The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.
"I wouldn't have taken the part if the purpose of it was to be raunchy and crude," said Madden.
"I just wanted to tell a love story." Referring to scenes in which he appears topless, he added: "It's not like we've glorified any of those shots you know, covered in sweat in the sunshine. It's not that sexy." Madden appears alongside Holliday Grainger and James Norton in the Jed Mercurio adaptation, which forms part of the BBC's early 20th century literature season.
As such, his version will see a newly empowered Lady Chatterley as "more confident and troubled" than her original incarnation, as the "dated, misogynistic" messages of the book are replaced.
Writing in the Telegraph, Mercurio said: "Given the subject matter, the issue of nudity and sexual acts was something we discussed at length before shooting the film.
So apart from having them have sex starkers, which you wouldn't be able to put on any channel, I think we are quite rude.'Lawrence’s novel about love across the social divide tells the story of Constance Chatterley, a married woman who seeks sexual satisfaction elsewhere after her husband is wounded during the First World War and left paralysed from the waist down.
The arrogant and ruthless Sir Clifford Chatterley, played by Happy Valley’s James Norton, is desperate for an heir to inherit his mining fortune so is not averse to the idea of Constance sleeping with other men – as long as they are from the right social class.
The original book was censored in Britain for over 30 years for its obscene language and graphic sex scenes.
Another scene, considered problematic for modern audiences, has been adapted to make Lady Chatterley a more active participant.
'I've watched lots of Hollywood films where the girl wears a bra in bed - we didn't do that.
" 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.