WWD: What made you want to do this movie?
Elizabeth Reaser: The script was so sexy and different and smart, I just wanted to be Allegra so badly it was killing me. When I got it, I was screaming and calling everyone, like I usually do.
Gretchen Mol: The script had me laughing out loud. I haven't done that much comedy, so I was excited in that prospect to play Grace.
WWD: Do you live in New York?
E.R.: I do.
G.M.: I just moved back to L.A. But I still have an apartment there.
E.R.: [to G.M.] You're still legit.
WWD: Blockbusters versus indies?
G.M.: I still want to get a great role in a big-budget movie, but the best roles I've done come from smaller-budget movies.
E.R.: Small filmmakers are putting their heart and soul and money into projects, so I feel such a responsibility, and so proud, to be in these kinds of films.
WWD: How did you get along on the set?
E.R.: She's one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen in my life. She's just sparkly and luminescent and talented so it was really easy to act with her.