Lenny said: "The way you are able to portray [the sex] in a positive way, for everyone involved, is to make the actors feel empowered and safe and invested in what is happening.
"Ita O'Brien, our intimacy co-ordinator, was amazing. She is somebody who helps productions negotiate what can be tricky territory for actors, directors, producers and film makers."
Ita has previously worked with the stars of 'Sex Education' and BBC One drama 'Gentleman Jack', and helped the actors and crew "negotiate consent" by allowing everyone to talk openly about the vulnerable scenes.
Lenny added: "Having Ita involved allowed us to talk so freely about what people felt comfortable with, how they would negotiate consent in the context of the simulation that you're doing on set, the best way to shoot it, and how to choreograph it in a way that makes people feel empowered and not uncomfortable.
"And of course how to protect everybody involved."
More . . .