Amanda Seyfried shares her help for intimacy coordinators on set after Sean Bean’s feedback
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As the dialog round intimacy coordinators has grown lately, The Dropout star Amanda Seyfried has shared her help for them to be carried out on all units whereas sharing a troubling story from the early components of her profession.
Speaking to Porter Magazine, Seyfried stated that she emerged from the “pre-#MeToo era pretty unscathed” however there have been occasions that she was put in uncomfortable positions whereas on set.
Going additional, she detailed a time that she discovered herself questioning what she was doing, however continued anyway in worry of dropping her job.
“Being 19, walking around without my underwear on – like, are you kidding me? How did I let that happen? Oh, I know why: I was 19 and I didn’t want to upset anybody, and I wanted to keep my job. That’s why.”
The dialog round intimacy coordinators has resurfaced after Game of Thrones star Sean Bean criticized the concept when talking to The Times UK, arguing that it may possibly break the “natural way lovers behave” whereas filming.
“It would inhibit me extra as a result of it’s drawing consideration to issues. Somebody saying, ‘Do this, put your hands there, while you touch his thing… I think the natural way lovers behave would be ruined by someone bringing it right down to a technical exercise.”
Intimacy coordinators have become more common on film and TV sets over the years. These team members are there to ensure the well-being of actors taking part in sexually intimate scenes.
Now 36, Seyfried is nominated for an Emmy in what is being dubbed her best year in acting yet for Hulu’s drama sequence The Dropout.