Movie sex scenes come in all forms and they don't always go to plan , but there have been movies over the years that have gone one step further. It's rare to see such scenes in mainstream movies, but ever since Lars von Trier's The Idiots was a critical success even though it caused some controversy at the time , there have been arthouse and independent movies using actual sex in their final cuts. Not that those stars were involved in the movie's orgy scenes, as producer Bob Guccione the founder of Penthouse magazine filmed those hardcore scenes after production had finished, using a skeleton crew and Penthouse Pets, before editing them into the final movie. One such scene saw Fox's character perform fellatio on Rylance's character, which took place for real. Michael Winterbottom's 9 Songs arguably remains the most sexually explicit non-porn British movie of all time.
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10 Movies Where The Actors Had Real On-Screen Sex
Sex scenes are pretty common in most R-rated or even PG mainstream Hollywood movies. But if an actor reveals a body part other than the standard butt or nipple — or if, heaven forbid, there's a shot that features a stray penis or pubic hair — all hell breaks loose. That said, some intrepid Hollywood filmmakers have tried to capture real sex on camera before, and a handful of brave actors have copped to having legit PIV sex on screen. Directed by Lars von Trier and starring Willem Dafoe and Charlotte Gainsbourg, the controversial Antichrist tells the story of a couple grieving over the loss of their toddler. The film opens with an explicit sex scene and it features a few close-up shots of penetrative sex which featured body doubles and not the original actors.
The experimental movie is about a motorcycle racer Gallo who is haunted by tragic memories of a former girlfriend Sevigny , but it's most known for that scene and its reception at the Cannes Film festival more on that later. Gallo, who also wrote and directed the movie, told Film Freak Central that he pitched the project to Sevigny with whom he'd had a previous relationship of sorts by saying, "Remember that night in Paris when I did that thing to you but you didn't do it to me because you weren't so into it? Well, you might have to do that. On film. That Sevigny agreed to be in a sure-to-be-notorious scene was surprising, considering that she was a well-known, Academy Award—nominated actor, but she stood by her decision over a decade later.