The ingredients for Good Movie Sex are: dramatic kissing, flashes of skin in the dark, a sexy musical overture, the art of implication, and walking around draped in a sheet afterward which I am convinced nobody has ever done. Truly realistic sexual imagery is, unfortunately, hard to come by in mainstream film, which almost always lacks the nuance, communication, and awkward clean-up that inevitably happens in real life sex. But there are a few sexy diamonds in the rough. To help you find them, here are 11 movies that you can stream right now with better depictions of sex than you probably saw in your sex ed class. Streaming on Netflix. Though it comes hand-in-hand with heartbreaking drama, Blue is the Warmest Color also includes some of the sexiest, most honest depictions of lesbian sex.
15 Movies Where The Actors Really Did It
15 Movies Where the Actors Really Had Sex
Natalie Dormer is the latest actress to reveal the truth about filming bedroom business, and refuses to believe that any actor feels comfortable with it. The year-old has had to strip off numerous times for the likes of Game of Thrones and The Tudors and has never found the experience anything close to enjoyable, despite what viewers might imagine. Dormer is far from the first to speak about sex on set. So how do others find the experience of getting their kit off in front of a roomful of cast and crew? It's sort of unethical if you think about it in those terms.
The awkward, technical truth behind Hollywood sex scenes
Working as an actor requires being open to some wild things. Having to film a love scene can give even the most courageous and reputable actors some stage fright. But imagine if you had to do it for real? I mean, full on penetrative intercourse.
In the film industry, unsimulated sex is the presentation in a film of sex scenes where the actors engage in an actual sex act and are not just miming or simulating the actions. At one time in the United States such scenes were restricted by law and self-imposed industry standards such as the Motion Picture Production Code. Beginning in the late s, most notably with Blue Movie by Andy Warhol , mainstream movies began pushing boundaries in terms of what was presented on screen.