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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.Actually you just have to at some point know that someone is trusting you with it and try to make it your own. I really loved how that passion sets her free and makes her someone who's not just someone's wife or someone's lover. I think love can take various forms but that one is for me mostly a very strong sexual connection between two people and the sense of freedom that it brings in her life. He's changed by her and by that experience in a different way.