THR's Actress Roundtable: Six A-Listers Sound Off on Bad Reviews, Nudity and Playing Hitler
SEX AND NUDITY ONSCREEN: HOW IT FEELS TO TAKE IT ALL OFF
THR: Carey, I read that Shame originally was set in London, but director Steve McQueen couldn't find people there to talk about sex addiction. True?
Carey Mulligan: Yeah, in England you can't find people that talk about sex. He and [co-writer] Abi Morgan tried to write it in London, but no one was willing to have the conversations.
Theron: That's because they don't have sex [in Britain]. (Laughter.)
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