Francois Arnaud: Intimacy, contrary to what we may think, is not only in the sex scenes. Sometimes it's in the dialogues, when skins brush slightly, or in the way we look at each other… that's when complicity rises. That's what is the most difficult to develop, because in the sex scenes there is nothing else to do but the movements. Talking is at least as intimate as having sex. And I think that sometimes nudity and sex can be… hot. But I think that emotional nudity, or emotional bareness… I think that this is what we are always looking for… so it's wrong to think that the sex scenes are harder to shoot or that it's more intimate to take your clothes off than performing in regular ones.