And also I feel like it's talking about characters that are very modern.
It's not looking at them from afar, it's with them and you don't feel like you're in a period drama, so that's what we try to do filming it too." Did you feel under any pressure since it's such a well-loved book and people might have their own ideas about the characters and so on? I think you can't make anything good with too much pressure. he's so genuinely interested in everyone, making everyone feel really special.
We've already brought you an interview with star Eddie Redmayne, but we also caught up with the beautiful Clémence Poésy when she chatted to reporters about playing Isabelle.
Read on to find out what she had to say about Eddie, sex scenes and why she's glad she didn't meet Faulks on set...
Ben Stephenson, controller of BBC Drama commissioning, described Morgan's scripts as "sublime" and hailed the drama's leads as "an inspired young cast".
- and it seems most people have - then you'll be very excited about BBC One's brand new adaptation starting this weekend!
' The Borrower-sized French actress has travelled to London from an unglamorous corner of Kent, where she's been filming a new Borgen-Killing-Bridge-type murder series called The Tunnel for Sky. Paris is where my family are, but it's not really home now because I have dear friends in London, and dear friends in New York.' Born in a Parisian suburb to artsy, liberal parents (her mother's a French teacher, her father an actor and theatre director), Clémence and her younger sister Maëlle were dispatched to a bilingual school; hence the accent - more Cheltenham Ladies' than Clouseau.