On-screen character Marion Cotillard says shooting a personal scene with performing artist Brad Pitt in Allied was awkward. The 41-year-old performing artist says that one specific scene, in which their characters get up, close and personal in the back of an auto amid a sandstorm, left the pair in fits of laughter because it was "so weird" to have every step planned out for them, reports Female First.
"We practice and had a determined choreography, and after that it permits you freedom," Marion said.
"When you know precisely what your body will do, then you can act and you can be allowed to give the feelings and give the sentiments since you won't think, 'What am I going to do next? Am I going to go on top of him?' It's an unbalanced circumstance. We snickered on the grounds that you have to get it out in light of the fact that this is so odd. Thus you get this season of taking a gander at each other and saying, 'Alright, this is so bizarre.' And then we go into this and after that I'm going on top of you and afterward we will kiss," she included.
The on-screen character even needed to show Brad how to communicate in French for the part, as Allied is the narrative of a Canadian knowledge officer (Brad Pitt) meeting a French Resistance contender (Marrion Cotillard) amid World War II.
"He had this dedication to learn French as well as could be expected, which was super great, so I helped him by being exceptionally intense," she said.
"I was extremely legitimate with him. Be that as it may, in the meantime, I truly needed to bolster him in this procedure that I experienced, and I know how hard it is," said Marion, who was reputed to be the purpose behind split amongst Brad and Angelina Jolie.