Sean Bean was wrong – close companions are #MeToo’s greatest legacy

Sean Bean shared his thoughts on intimate companions. Let’s say, they are less luminous. And also… a bit silly. The Game of Thrones star has appeared in a number of love scenes over the course of his 40-year career, and he thinks the professionals brought in to choreograph such moments, frankly, spoil mood.

hile many popular TV series recently hired professionals to manage sex scenes – Normal People, I Can Ruin You, Industry and Sex Education are a few recent examples – Bean has reticence. He recently told The Times that having good collaborators on set would “damage the spontaneity”. Their presence, he says, “will make me more inhibited because it draws attention to everything. Someone said, ‘Do this, put your hand there, while you touch his things…’ I think the natural way lovers would be spoiled by someone giving it’s right down to a technical exercise. “ Sean Bean was wrong – close companions are #MeToo’s greatest legacy

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