Amanda Michelle Seyfried born December 3, is an American actress, model, and singer-songwriter. InSeyfried made her film debut in the teen comedy Mean Girls. Her subsequent supporting roles were in independent filmssuch as the drama Nine Lives and the crime drama Alpha Dog
Mark Jenkins. The Danger Zone: Amanda Seyfried plays the title character in Chloe — an escort who's drawn into a family drama involving a straying husband and a jealous wife. Sony Classics hide caption.
Directed by Atom Egoyan. Rated 18A. Instead, her energies focus on a less-than-thought-through plan to hire the attractive escort Seyfried she spies carrying on near her Toronto workplace.
Here, the director talks about the making of his racy new thriller. Critics have called Chloe a love letter to Toronto. Why was it important to set the movie here? The script was originally set in San Francisco, but I wanted to make Chloe as personal as possible, so I set it in a place I know really well.
Atom Egoyan's moody thriller takes a look at the repressed lives of Torontonians. Stylish film brings glamourous Toronto to the big screen. Chloe is not showing in any theaters in the area.
Unless you've been living under a rock for the past couple of years, you've probably witnessed or fallen victim to online pressure. Whether it be Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or good old MSN, sharing our personal lives has become as easy as the click of a button. The way we stare at a screen for endless amounts of inspiration, all while missing what's really in front of us.
Long married gynecologist Catherine Julianne Moore suspects her music professor husband David Liam Neeson is cheating. To put him to the test, Catherine hires an escort to seduce him, but she gets more than she bargained for when reports come back from "Chloe. Laura: I couldn't understand why director Atom Egoyan "Adoration" wanted to remake Anne Fontaine's titillating but ultimately meaningless French film "Natalie.
A successful doctor who suspects her husband of cheating tests his fidelity by hiring an escort to seduce him. The move creates complications that put her family in danger. Skip to main content.
Fans of the French director Anne Fontaine are there any? The former plays Catherine, a conspicuously well-off Toronto doctor who begins to suspect that her husband, David, a college professor, may be cheating on her with one or more of his students. As in the original, none of these heterosexual assignations is ever seen—instead, we hear about them as described by Chloe to Catherine, who takes in every steamy detail with a mixture of grief and lust.
Indeed the top-notch cast of Neeson, Julianne Moore and the increasingly impressive Mamma Mia star Amanda Seyfried endow this material with more weight and dignity than it perhaps deserves. Moore is Catherine, a Toronto gynaecologist convinced her lecturer husband David Neeson is having an affair. So after bumping into a local escort girl Chloe Seyfried she hires her — as you do — to tempt her husband and report back.