Sean Bean says intimacy coordinators ‘ruin’ the process of filming sex scenes: ‘It would spoil the spontaneity’

Sean Bean has suggested that intimacy coordinators “spoil the spontaneity” of sex scenes.

That time The actor has directed many intimate scenes throughout his career, most notably in a 1993 adaptation of DH Lawrence’s raunchy novel opposite Joely Richardson Lady Chatterley’s lover.

In a new interview, Bean discussed the impact intimacy coordinators — specialists who work on film and television sets to choreograph and allow actors to feel comfortable filming sex scenes — had had on the show.

“I would imagine that it slows down the thrust. Ha, not the jab, that’s the wrong word,” he said The timesadding: “It would spoil the spontaneity.

“It would inhibit me more because it draws attention to things. Someone who says, “Do that, put your hand there while you touch his thing…” I think the natural way lovers act would be ruined if someone brought it down to a technical exercise.”

He continued: “Lady Chatterley was spontaneous. It was joy. We had good chemistry between us and we knew what we were doing was unusual. Because she was married, I was married. But we followed the story. We have tried to present the truth of what DH Lawrence wrote.”

The intimacy coordinator became a staple on mainstream movie sets in the wake of #MeToo to protect female actors.

Bean acknowledged this, saying, “I suppose it depends on the actress.”

Discussion of a never-aired scene from the Netflix series snowpiercer in which he was nude with an actress, he added, “This one came from a musical cabaret background so she was up for anything.”

https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/tv/news/sean-bean-intimacy-coordinator-lady-chatterleys-lover-b2139443.html Sean Bean says intimacy coordinators ‘ruin’ the process of filming sex scenes: ‘It would spoil the spontaneity’


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