Thankfully, there was no shame in this scene – and there was no shame involved for the actors working on set either. Everyone I've spoken to who's worked on It's a Sin has sung the praises of all the intimacy coordinators involved – and Callum even goes so far as to describe them as "vital".
Elaborating more on their work, Peter explained that they helped create a safe space through a mix of carefully choreographed rehearsals and deeper talks about the process:
"They took the guys aside, and they asked some questions about the scene, how they felt about it. They also talked about it from a performance perspective. It brought up a lot of thoughts, a lot of feelings, but they did it in a safe space."
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