We had an amazing intimacy coach, Ita O’Brien, and some of the people that worked with her worked with us, and she made those scenes very, very easy and comfortable, and I think that we ended up with the best result. But yeah, I think that they are beautiful, and I think that it shows what Salvor’s fighting for, actually. When you get to see the connection she has with Hugo and her parents and just anyone, because, you know, a hug is intimate. A kiss on the cheek is intimate. It shows what we’re all fighting for, and that’s why I think it’s so earned and it’s so beautifully put in the show. It’s humanity, and it’s wonderful to be able to do that, to show that.
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