Sasha Grey Interviewed in New York Magazine

Tod Hunter
NEW YORK — Performer Sasha Grey, who has been keeping a high profile in the mainstream press recently, was the subject of a short interview in New York magazine this week.

In the interview, Grey talks about the casting process and the difference between shooting adult video and mainstream movies.

"When I had the first meeting I assumed I would be naked and do a sex scene," Grey said. "Did I think I would do five, like in my adult work? No, but even up to the point where we were shooting, I thought there was going to be at least one sex scene."

The film that stars Grey, "The Girlfriend Experience," is a largely improvised mainstream production directed by Steven Soderburgh, who also directed the 2001 film "Ocean's Eleven" and won an Academy Award for directing the 2000 film "Traffic."

The complete interview can be read here.