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The Going Rate for Simulated Sex in Your Home

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The Guardian caught up with Echo Park graphic artist Jessica Fleishmann, who allowed producers of Oscar-nominated movie "The Kids Are Alright" to film in her home for four days in the summer of 2009. Via The Eastsider LA, Fleishmann says she was paid $15,000 for the use of her Lemoyne Street bungalow, which played the part of Mark Ruffalo's bachelor pad (sight of dalliances between Ruffalo's and Julianne Moore's characters). On opening your home to production crews: “I don’t know that I’d do it again. If you’re attached to your home like I am, it’s a big disruption. But if you are having a bad year and they make it worth your while, I’d say go ahead.” [Eastsider LA]