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We did 100 takes, just of the moment that we crossed paths. “Sometimes [I hated him],” adds Seydoux, who was cast over a coffee with the director. When I decided to make the film, I knew that it was going to be hard. I wanted to see how it was to go this far.”Those who have only seen Seydoux's turns in the American films.
The actresses were apparently unhappy with the director's methods.