Hooking up sexscenes
In any case, the scene’s erotic charge is extraordinary, and it’s beautifully filmed: The ’70s were a wild time sexually—it was the era of “porno chic”—and it’s only natural that the movies would reflect that freedom.
Even so, it was still shocking when Penthouse mogul Bob Guccione reputedly added real sex scenes to an orgy depicted in The addition of real sex can shatter the illusion a movie is trying to create: it can force you to think about the actors as actors, and not the characters they are playing.
The scene culminates in Michael examining the length of Frankie’s fingers to “prove” that he’s gay and it’s a rare moment of charged intimacy that encapsulates so much of the film’s themes of uncertainty, hesitance and sexual ambivalence.
With the sheer number of movies, books, and living art projects that seem to emerge from the life of James Franco, it’s actually kind of surprising that he hasn’t released an official sex tape yet.
Believe it or not, there are quite a few movies out there - not of the "pornographic" variety - that contain actual sex scenes. It probably goes without saying, of course: adult supervision is required.
When two freshmen pledges are accepted into the biggest party frat on campus (ALPHA HOUSE), they think they have it all.
On that note, here are the most gorgeous, graphic, and in some cases groundbreaking sex scenes we've seen on the small screen.Sam is writhing in ecstasy on top of some lucky guy and then boom: cut to reveal that Sam’s actually hooking up with Gabe (John Patrick Amedori), a privileged white dude on campus.Their post-coital scene is romantic and sweet; a nice cap off to this astute subversion of expectations.may have only lasted one season on Netflix, but the Naomi Watts-led drama will live on forever in the hearts of Jean and Sidney shippers everywhere.The red hot relationship was burned into fans' brains thanks to their hookup in the show's seventh episode.