I recently completed a short film with three actors, one of which was a male. The premise of the film was understanding and acceptance regardless of ones previous experiences in life. The script (which I wrote) called for two kisses, one a 'hello' kiss between a bf and gf and the second one a more tender kiss from the bf to the gf - nothing too fancy or erotic. After almost four months of completing the film the actor, who agreed to the part without a problem sends me a message saying "I regret making this short film, because of it, my relationship has now ended" to which I replied that he might want to be in a relationship with someone more understanding as to what it means to be an actor/actress and that although these scenes were a bit romantic, what would he'd done if it required a sex scene? He proceeded to tell me he'd rather not have the film showcased because it would disrespect his girlfriend. His gf on the other hand took the liberty to contact me and tell me that I was very unprofessional for "making her boyfriend do the kissing scenes that he didn't want to do." I didn't respond to her, but I do remember having to tell him to bring it down a few notches because he was intensely kissing the actress who became uncomfortable. I just wanted to know if any of you guys had to deal with something similar and how did you resolve the situation? thanks!