between a kiss and a sex scene, what’s more difficult?

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Saoirse Ronan he shared the set and rather daring scenes with Kate Winslet per Ammonite, the story of a homosexual love in England in the 1840s, between a fossil hunter (Winslet) and a convalescent woman to take care of (Ronan): discussing it with Entertainment Weekly, the four-time nominated actressOscar (last time for Little Women) still provides a very technical opinion on the issue, in the wake of what his colleague Kate said, but adding an interesting comparison. Here are his words:

I’ve been very lucky so far, as I’ve never felt too nervous during sex scenes. I see them as a very technical thing, it’s not like that scene of a kiss, where you really have to to kiss someone. It is a purely technical, choreographed thing. I’ve always seen it that way, I think it’s a good way to deal with them.

Even though the very fact of thinking about how to “deal with” them suggests that there is an embarrassment nonetheless, Saoirse Ronan gives us a different point of view on the matter: unless it is a red light film or a related experiment, no one actually has sex on a set, least of all in an opera like Ammonite, while theintimacy of a kiss it certainly cannot be avoided or disguised. His words are a way to go beyond the seemingly more superficial considerations, when it comes to the complex and emotional acting profession.


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