‘Sex Lives of College Girls’: Pauline Chalamet opines that  Recording sex sounds is the ‘epitome of cringe’

‘Sex Lives of College Girls’: Pauline Chalamet opines that  Recording sex sounds is the ‘epitome of cringe’

Published on December 11, 2022 00:00 AM by Anthony Christian

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Pauline Chalamet describes some of the difficult procedures involved in creating a sex scene.

In an interview with news sources discussing automatic dialogue replacement (ADR) for her season 2 role on the HBO Max comedy series, the 30-year-old star of The Sex Lives of College Girls discussed "the worst" aspect of bringing such private moments to life on screen.

"The worst is when you're in ADR and they say, "We need a bit more groaning," as you're viewing the [scene]. Your position there is "She stated, followed by a funny moan. "And they say, "OK. More with your mouth open, please. The definition of cringe is."

She acknowledged that making sex noises is "far stranger" than filming sex scenes and that, during ADR, the process of re-recording language in post-production, she had improvised some ludicrous lines like "Wowee zowee!"

In the movie Sex Lives of College Girls, Chalamet plays Kimberly, a student trying to make it through Essex College in Vermont. In season 2, she falls in love with Kansas native Jackson (Mitchell Slaggert), a climate refugee.

The actress, who is Timothée Chalamet's older sister, recently disclosed that her brother, their parents, and all of the show's more explicit moments have been seen.

Last month, she told News Sources, "My brother likes it."

I think he did watch it with one of my parents, so you'll have to hear the tale from him, Pauline said. "Well, that's it."

Pauline answered when asked if she had watched the show with her parents: "No, my parents and I don't watch this together. Are you serious?"

Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott play Kimberly's best friends and roommates in the Sex Lives of College Girls comedy series, which was created by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble. The three women explore their sexuality while adjusting to college life.

HBO Max streams brand-new episodes of The Sex Lives of College Girls every Thursday.

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