Sean Bean, who played Ned Stark on Game of Thrones, told the Times of London Sunday Magazine that he really hate closeness facilitators since he fears they would “ruin the suddenness” of private scenes.

“I think the normal way sweethearts act would be demolished by somebody bringing it directly down to a specialized activity,” he said. “It would repress me more since it’s causing to notice things.”

Soon after Bean’s words started to flow online a few noticeable entertainers, including his Snowpiercer co-star Lena Hall, offered a totally different point of view.

West Side Story breakout Rachel Zegler — who has noted in the past that she was 17 when she shot love scenes with her then-25-year-old co-star Ansel Elgort for that film — tweeted: “closeness organizers lay out a climate of wellbeing for entertainers. I was very thankful for the one we had on WSS — they showed beauty to a novice such as myself + taught people around me who’ve had long stretches of involvement.”

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