Maker Jason Reitman convinced Amanda Seyfried to star in this film. Seyfried acknowledged the job of Chloe after a companion of hers pulled out from thought because of uneasiness with the nudity. Julianne Moore portrayed Seyfried as a “entirely trustworthy” acting accomplice and guaranteed that they were to a great extent OK with the closeness in the film. In portraying her perspective on Catherine’s relationship with Chloe, Moore noticed “a passionate quality to their closeness that has to do with their discussion and their fundamental receptivity to each other. Presently what they transform into actually clearly is altogether different. They are having totally abstract encounters, however that doesn’t mean [they’re] not unbelievably responsive to each other and it obviously makes something in the middle of them. What’s more, that is the thing that affection and sex and closeness and all that is. Somebody who is tuning in to you, hearing you, there for you, that is the individual you cut off up having a friendship with, sexual or simply passionate or whatever. I couldn’t say whether that has to do with sex fundamentally”.