Donald Sutherland is setting the record straight about a claim in Peter Bart’s new book, "Infamous Players: A Tale of Movies, the Mob (and Sex)," that Sutherland and co-star Julie Christie actually had sex during a love scene in the 1973 movie "Don’t Look Now," reports Reuters.
The Hollywood Reporter blogged Thursday about Bart’s contention that the stars were having sex on camera, prompting Sutherland to deny the claim.
In a statement, Sutherland said, "Not True. None of it. Not the sex. Not him witnessing it. From beginning to end there were four people in that room. Nic Roeg (director), Tony Richmond (cinematographer), Julie Christie and me. No one else."