Just as the dynamics among the characters are a mix of ages and temperaments, so too did the cast itself include a mix of experience and backgrounds. For Johnson, the young American actress best known for her work in the "Fifty Shades of Grey" adaptation, the chance to work with actors such as Swinton and Fiennes was an opportunity she couldn't pass up.
"I've never worked with anyone like Ralph, he's such a classically trained actor," Johnson said. "He has a real process, it was like watching some sort of athlete warm up. It was bizarre to me because I kind of fly by the seat of my pants in this industry, and I have zero training and no background."
The two share a sultry barroom karaoke duet on the song "Unforgettable" that dances along the line of inappropriate for a man and his daughter, even if they have only recently met. The preparations for the scene further highlighted the difference in how they both work.
"I was like, 'Oh, it will be like karaoke, we'll just kind of do it on the day and see what happens and try to do our best and they'll fix it in post,'" Johnson said. "But he had a vocal coach come to the island to work with the both of us and a dance coach to figure out how we should move our bodies. It was hilarious to me, and also amazing and so helpful."
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