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Susan Sarandon reveals how she struggled to act a threesome scene

However, Sarandon says she had to refer to writer/director Turturro for instructions on how he wanted her to act out the scene, because it’s not something she had ever experienced.

IANS | Los Angeles |

Actress Susan Sarandon had to rely on John Turturro and Bobby Cannavale for threesome guidance in new movie “The Jesus Rolls” because she had no idea about the logistics of the racy intimate act.

However, Sarandon says she had to refer to writer/director Turturro for instructions on how he wanted her to act out the scene, because it’s not something she had ever experienced.

“I can’t even imagine the logistics of a threesome!” the 73-year-old actress said in a joint interview on the US breakfast show Today.

However, Sarandon wasn’t the only one who needed direction for the sequence, so Turturro came up with a little choreography to ensure it played out seamlessly onscreen.

“Bobby didn’t wanna share at first. He was like, kissing Susan, and I was like, ‘Bobby, I have to like, (get involved too)’,” Turturro said.

“So we did basically a count: one, two, three, move; one, two, three, move… I would tap Susan… and then Susan would turn.”

“It was a dance!” Sarandon quipped.

“The Jesus Rolls” serves as both a remake of Bertrand Blier’s 1974 French movie, “Going Places“, and a spin-off of the Coen brothers’ “The Big Lebowski“, in which Turturro’s Jesus Quintana first appeared back in 1998.