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‘Fire Island’ director Andrew Ahn details his nudity negotiations with Searchlight

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Fire Island, filmmaker Andrew Ahn made his first major-studio film, going into business with Searchlight Pictures after previously helming indie fare like Spa Night.And from what Ahn told Vulture recently, Searchlight had many notes about Fire Island—from its script (the studio thought the Noah-Will beach scene was unnecessary) to the soundtrack (the studio wanted “Levitating” by Dua Lipa).Related: A queer Asian revolution is happening in Hollywood and, honestly, it’s about damn timeAhn also described his back-and-forth with Searchlight about the nudity in the film, which is now streaming on Hulu:I was like, “I want a d*ck.” It’s Fire Island.

It’s sex scenes. It’s orgies. Like, you’re going to see d*ck. I understood that erect d*ck was going to push us into NC-17 territory, which would seriously limit who could see the movie.

But I remember asking, “Can I have two soft penises, one for each orgy?” And to their credit, our producers were like, “How many?

Where?” Then, finally, they came back to me being like, “We’ll give you as many butts as you want.” And I was like, “You know what?

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