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US release poster
Directed by Atom Egoyan
Produced by Jason Reitman
Ivan Reitman
Tom Pollock
Written by Screenplay:
Erin Cressida Wilson
Source material:
Anne Fontaine
Starring Julianne Moore
Liam Neeson
Amanda Seyfried
Nina Dobrev
Max Thieriot
Music by Mychael Danna
Cinematography Paul Sarossy
Editing by Susan Shipton
Studio Montecito Picture Company
Distributed by Sony Pictures Classics USA (theatrical)
Release date(s) September 13, 2009 (2009-09-13) (TIFF)
02010-03-26 March 26, 2010
Running time 96 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $15 million[2]

Chloe is a 2009 erotic thriller directed by Atom Egoyan, and starring Julianne Moore, Liam Neeson, Amanda Seyfried, Nina Dobrev, Meghan Heffern and Max Thieriot. The screenplay was written by Erin Cressida Wilson, based on the film, Nathalie..., written by Anne Fontaine.

StudioCanal fully financed this film, which had already made its budget back via international pre-sales.[3][4]

This film's United States distribution rights had also been acquired by Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group[5], which will release this film in the United States theatrically through Sony Pictures Classics;[6] the film is receiving a limited theatrical release in the United States and Canada on March 26, 2010.



Catherine (Julianne Moore) and David Stewart (Liam Neeson) are married have good jobs and a 17-year-old son, Michael (Max Thieriot), they live in Toronto, Ontario. Catherine hires an escort named Chloe (Amanda Seyfried) to seduce her husband, David, who she suspects is cheating. Through unforeseen events the young call-girl puts the family in danger.

Principal cast

Actor Role
Julianne Moore Catherine
Liam Neeson David
Amanda Seyfried Chloe
Nina Dobrev Anna
Max Thieriot Michael
Meghan Heffern Miranda
Laura DeCarteret Alicia
Mishu Vellani Julie

Production notes

  • Financed solely in France, the film was shot in Toronto, Ontario. Several landmarks, hotels, hot spots and restaurants are used and seen in the movie with their actual names.
  • Liam Neeson's wife, Natasha Richardson, had a skiing accident during filming, so Neeson decided to leave the set to take care his wife (and his wife unfortunately died a few days later). The filmmakers changed the script accordingly for Neeson’s absence.[7] But just a few days after his wife's death, Neeson himself decided to return to the set; he eventually finished his performance in two days.[8]
  • Egoyan said that the film is actually more erotically charged than Nathalie... (the French original).[9]
  • Canadian indie band Raised by Swans has two songs featured in the movie and the band is mentioned several times by Chloe.
  • Anne Fontaine (the writer/director of Nathalie...) said that she was interested in Egoyan's take on her original. Fontaine also said that she even wasn't happy with Nathalie..., because the two lead actresses of the film objected to Fontaine's original intention for an erotic relationship to develop between their characters.[10]


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