Normal people star Daisy Edgar-Jones revealed that she and co-star Paul Mescal were very comfortable filming intimate scenes for the drama because their work with a privacy coordinator made them feel “free” .
The characters of Daisy and Paul – Marianne Sheridan and Connell Waldron – share an eventful relationship in the BBC / Hulu co-production and the actors had to film a number of sex scenes together.
Daisy said The sun that she and her co-star worked closely with Ita O’Brien, who is an expert at working on intimate scenes, and said that she thought more shows would benefit from hiring someone like her.
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“It was an incredible process. I can’t believe this has not been the norm for a very long time because I feel like I don’t know how you could do these scenes, ”she said. “They are essential in telling the story of a relationship between two people as they grow up. The physical side of things is an incredibly important part of it. “
She added that she and Paul worked with Ita to determine what they were all comfortable doing and said it made them feel “freer” when it came to playing the scenes. ‘love.
“We discussed at length with her exactly what we were trying to communicate at all times,” she said. “We would discuss what everyone was comfortable with on a day-to-day basis so that you never felt like you were going to exceed anyone’s limits. Strangely, we were a little more free, because of the structure put in place.
“Curiously, these scenes were among the least difficult once you sort of put the first ones under your belt. You knew exactly what you were doing … so there wasn’t much room for nuance. “
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Daisy once said that Normal peopleSex scenes are “one of the things [she’s] the proudest of the whole series, “praising the show for creating a feeling of equality between the two actors and the characters.
His co-star Paul also said he was “incredibly proud” of the love scenes, saying he was surprised to learn that there had been a backlash.
“My own perspective is that we have worked hard to give the impression that it was a real, accurate and truthful representation of sex among young people,” he said. “It’s something I’m incredibly proud and incredibly proud to see on Irish screens, personally. “
Normal people recently returned to the screens for two new Comic Relief specials in Ireland, which gave us a glimpse of what Connell and Marianne could do 40 years later.
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