Lars Von Trier
The Cannes Film Festival announced on April 19 that Danish director Lars von Trier will return to the event this year for the first time since he was expelled in 2011 for saying he "sympathized" with Hitler.
The Danish Institute in Athens presents free screenings of critically acclaimed Danish productions. The selection on Tuesday, May 23, is Lars von Trier's award-winning and critically acclaimed "Breaking the Waves," in which Emily Watson plays a Scottish woman whose husband encourages her to sleep with other men when he is paralyzed in an accident. The screening starts at 7 p.m.
Danish actress Connie Nielsen will be one of the guests to be welcomed at the 53rd Antalya Film Festival, where she will attend the opening night.
Nielsen's latest film "The Confessions" is one of the films to compete in the International Film Competition category.
The film's first screening will be on Oct. 18 at 12 p.m. at the Antalya Cultural Center (AKM).
While the vast majority of films rely on body doubles and camerawork to accomplish the illusion of actual sex acts between characters, there are a handful of movies that skip the smoke and mirrors entirely. These movies all contain real sex scenes between their actors. Some of them are extremely explicit and others more subtle. But all of them are unsimulated.
Lie with me (2005)
Nicole Kidman knows most people don?t consider her a comedic actress. In her 31-year-career, her roles have ranged from the morose to the deliciously sadistic. There are a few straight comedies in her resume, but Kidman is the first to admit that she just does not get many offers to do that type of work.