“I’d rather Tom Ford didn’t use fat nude bodies as avant garde gimmicks until he casts a similarly sized person as a person,” tweeted NPR’s Linda Holmes, while writer Jen Mc Donnell liked the film but still had qualms about “the fat-shaming opening credits BS.” Indeed, in a film full of movie stars at their most lithe and toned, the sequence stands out all the more.Yesterday, I sat down with Ford and asked him to explain what he had in mind.“The whole thing is a bit of a fairy tale, and they’re sort of the witches leading you in,” Ford began.That’s why I joined, because I’m interested in where the facts lie, and the animal aspect to these flawed human beings. It’s a good thing he wasn’t too picky about the size and shape, since the production had a hard time finding just the right prop. That’s what I liked about it.” Behind the scenes, there was some debate as to whether Chuck planned all along to expose himself and put Hannah in the same kind of situation as his accusers. “I think it was done deliberately, sadly.” Although Rhys had the option to help choose his fake penis, he decided not to offer any suggestions. Who knew that semi-erect fake penises are in such short supply? ” During a day of rehearsal, Rhys and Shepard worked out the blocking of the scene. Boom, that’s it.’ Very specific, which I love, so I didn’t have to come up with anything.” Well, anything except for Chuck’s wolfish grin, which wasn’t scripted, but tells the audience everything.
“It’s about where the pendulum swings.” Rhys agreed to play an acclaimed writer named Chuck Palmer, who’s accused of sexual misconduct by several college students and ultimately whips out his penis in front of Hannah Horvath (Lena Dunham), because he was interested in the audience’s changing perception of the character.
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