Cinema has been intrinsically linked to sex scenes ever since the Motion Picture Association of America's ratings board allowed nudity in R-rated movies. But even some PG movies have allowed breasts and butts to appear on screen, like Airplane! While nudity can sometimes be classy and used for artistic purposes, it's also occasionally used for pure exploitation — even when it's all in good fun. What would campy horror movies be, for example, without naked campers getting their comeuppance? Often it's the up-and-comers who bare it all — in movies and sometimes even TV — in order to break into Hollywood, and once they're established actors, they usually never have to go nude again. But even some A-listers have continued to agree to filming on-screen nudity, even after they've won Oscars or Emmys or headlined blockbuster franchises.
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For those asking about Freida Pinto in Only. We saw this a while back and near the end of the film, Freida walks around nude in the forest. The scene is very, very dark. We see Freida from behind for a bit but you mostly see just her silhouette as the scene is so dark. Then we see Freida from the front and from the chest up. Last week we mentioned a new David Lynch film. Turns out the project might actually be a limited series for a very popular streaming service instead.
Skip navigation! Story from Movies. Nude scenes in movies or television is a thing. It's a complex negotiation of weird costumes and props designed to hide certain body parts and choreography that is the opposite of sexy. Actors and actresses have long talked about how the process of making a sex scene look hot on screen is decidedly not hot at all. There's an entire crew of camera people, set people, makeup artists, a director barking orders at you, all while you're trying to make a deeply human action look as natural as possible. It's enough to turn anyone off from doing these scenes. And indeed, many actors and actresses have opted to pass.
Madame de Dumeval, the Duke de Tesis and the Duke de Wand, libertines expelled from the court of Louis XVI, seek the support of the Duc de Walchen, German seducer and freethinker, lonely in a country where hypocrisy and false virtue reign. Votes: A retiring assassin suddenly finds himself on the receiving end of a hit, contracted by none other than his own employer seeking to cash in on the pensions of aging employees. Votes: 65,