A decade after her Oscar-nominated performances as middle-aged moms in "The Last Picture Show" and "The Exorcist," Burstyn played the title character's wife — who's caught on tape having an affair — in the1984 political thriller "The Ambassador."In 1972 — the same year he appeared as Vito Corleone, the old-school Mafia don in "The Godfather" — Brando pushed the boundaries of censorship in Bernardo Bertolucci's X-rated art film "Last Tango in Paris.""A Burning Hot Summer," a French drama that reached the U. in 2012, is said to have been inspired by Jean-Luc Godard's "Contempt" — a New Wave classic still remembered for the singularly sexy image of Brigitte Bardot in the buff.You can guess who plays the Bardot role in this update.
He uses word association and dream interpretation as part of his approach to psychoanalysis, and finds that Spielrein's condition was triggered by the humiliation and sexual arousal she felt as a child when her father spanked her naked.Jung and chief of medicine Eugen Bleuler recognize Spielrein's intelligence and energy, and allow her to assist them in their experiments.She measures the physical reactions of subjects during word association, to provide empirical data as a scientific basis for psychoanalysis.In an interview with Us magazine, she recalled thinking: "OK, there is no way to shoot this unless you are buck naked."After her provocative leg-crossing scene in the 1992 thriller "Basic Instinct," there was no way Stone could demur from shedding her clothes in "Basic Instinct 2," even though the sequel was made 14 years later.There's nothing gratuitous about the nudity in "The Sessions" (2012), a moving yet lighthearted film about a middle-aged poet suffering from polio-induced paralysis who hires a sex surrogate in order to lose his virginity.The story of two very different men, a horrific car accident, and a crime committed deep in the woods.
Various facts and stories are cautiously presented, but the pieces of the puzzle don't fall into place straight away.
Some predicted that her performance in the highbrow porn flick "Caligula" (1979) would make Mirren blush when an uncut version was released three decades later.
But the show of skin in the 2003 comedy "Calendar Girls" — based on the true story of an unorthodox fund-raising effort for a local hospital — was all for a good cause.
The slippery hand-to-hand combat between Mortensen — playing a heavily tattooed Russian gangster — and two Chechen hit men inside a steamy Turkish bath made David Cronenberg's "Eastern Promises" (2007) one of the more talked-about films of the last decade."Keaton plays a sophisticated playwright in Nancy Meyers' 2003 rom-com "Something's Gotta Give." But she shrieks in horror when the character's future love interest (Jack Nicholson) gets a head-to-toe view of her just as she's about to step into the shower.
Like Cameron Diaz, Bullock waited until she reached her forties to strip for the camera — in the 2009 comedy "The Proposal." Her reason was simple: The script required it.
The slippery hand-to-hand combat between Mortensen — playing a heavily tattooed Russian gangster — and two Chechen hit men inside a steamy Turkish bath made David Cronenberg's "Eastern Promises" (2007) one of the more talked-about films of the last decade.