Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams on playing lovers, forbidden desire and that sex scene

The stars of Disobedience talk to DIVA's Roxy Bourdillon


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Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams are making out. In an anonymous hotel room, they kiss each other hungrily, their bodies straining with lust. McAdams tips her head back and, in a move that seems practised, like this isn’t the first time they’ve done this, Weisz gently dribbles her saliva into McAdams’ expectant mouth. It’s a shockingly sensual act. McAdams swallows and parts her lips again, ready for more.

 

A few days after watching Disobedience, my head is still filled with flashbacks from the acclaimed new film about forbidden sapphic passion in the Orthodox Jewish community. I can’t quite believe it but I’m on the phone to Rachel Weisz. Seizing the moment, I ask what she thought when she first read that spittle stage direction. There’s a pause. A pause so long I worry I’ve overstepped the mark and already blown this A-list interview. Then finally, I get my answer. “Erm... pretty hot, I think.” I exhale with relief as she continues, her tone considered and charming. “I’m not saying it’s this universal gesture that would turn everyone on, but I thought it was original, something I’ve not seen onscreen before. Very, very intimate.”

 

 

@Roxy_Vintage

 

Read the rest of this interview with Rachel Weisz and Rachel McAdams in the December issue of DIVA, available now at divadirect.info and the links below.

 

 

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