Chloe (2009) Poster



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In the middle of March 2009, Liam Neeson interrupted filming his scenes, in order to visit his wife Natasha Richardson in the hospital, after she had a skiing accident. The brain injury she received from this accident, lead to her death a few days later. Just few days after her death, Neeson voluntarily returned to the set, and completed his performance. The filmmakers changed the script accordingly, and Neeson completed his performance in two days.
This film was solely financed by the French company StudioCanal, which had entirely recouped this film's budget via international pre-sales (before this film's first festival screening).
Screenwriter Erin Cressida Wilson wrote the part of Catherine, specifically with Julianne Moore in mind.
Julianne Moore and Amanda Seyfried have the same birthday.
Executive Producer Jason Reitman helped persuade Amanda Seyfried to star in this film.
Shot over a period of 37 days in Toronto.
Mirrors are frequently featured in the film, and when they are, there is usually more than one mirror in the same shot. A prime example would be the scene in the hotel room between Chloe and Catherine.
Several months after this film's DVD/Blu-ray release, Atom Egoyan announced to The Toronto Star that this film had became his biggest moneymaker ever.
This marks one of the very few times that Atom Egoyan did not cast his wife 'Arsinee Khanjian' in a role.
Chloe's last name is Sweeney. It is mentioned only once throughout the entire film, when she introduces herself to Michael at Catherine's office.
Erin Cressida Wilson originally located her screenplay in her hometown of San Francisco. When Atom Egoyan came on board, she changed the location to Toronto.
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Liam Neeson and Amanda Seyfried both appeared in A Million Ways to Die in the West (2014) and Ted 2 (2015).


The trivia item below may give away important plot points.

Amanda Seyfried and Julianne Moore recorded a voice-over that would have played over the final scene. Both gave more insight into the reason for Chloe's suicide from the speaker's perspective, but in the end, neither of them was used. Both endings can be seen on the bonus features on the DVD.

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