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By PETER KEOUGH  |  October 3, 2007

“Oh gosh, I hope not. I try everything to protect the actors — and not just in terms of the sexual scenes, but as a whole career thing. Before she was nothing, and now she’s getting so much attention. I try every step of the way to protect her and educate her — make sure she’s going on the right path. I want to help her find her next project. I do the best I can. But I have not sent any young actor in my career to a mental institution. And so far, there has only been praise for her performance.”

Is he tired of everyone focusing on the sex in his movie?

“I don’t mind if the focus is on those three scenes. Though I think the whole movie is pretty sexy.”

All right, cut to the chase. Did they really do it?

“I can’t answer that question. Either way, it’s kind of awkward. But I can tell you this — they’re great actors.”

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