13 Sex-Fil­led Movies That Got Signi­fi­cant Awards While Stun­ning Peo­p­le


Film­ma­king is a skill, addi­tio­nal­ly the indus­try is a busi­ness. What enthu­si­asts see on any awards evening can pro­vi­de the illu­si­on of spon­ta­n­ei­ty, using the bold red-car­pet trend addi­tio­nal­ly the breathl­ess accep­tance spee­ches, but crea­te no blun­der: hono­urs sea­son is actual­ly a regi­men­ted pro­ce­du­re. You’ll find not­hing spe­ci­al­ly sexy about types,


ads, and solid hand­shakes. With any luck, the enjoy­ment ele­ment comes from the nomi­na­ted flicks by them­sel­ves. And while you will make the blan­ket pre­sump­ti­on your hono­red moti­on pic­tures tend to be as rigid while the stra­tegy dura­ti­on, signi­fi­cant pri­ze shows have doled out awards for some
very pro­vo­ca­ti­ve bits of work
. Though con­flict still comes after films that dare cur­rent ever­y­thing distinct from the waist-up, soft­ly-lit love moments built to spa­re rea­ders crime, the­se
13 sex-fil­led movies
hap­pen­ed to be reco­gni­zed with nomi­na­ti­ons.

Actual­ly, con­tro­ver­sy tends to be a bles­sing. Voters are inu­n­da­ted with scree­n­ers and invi­tes. Undoub­ted­ly, some qua­li­fied flicks are­n’t sin­ce exten­si­ve­ly view­ed as they ought to be. But include just a litt­le buzz from a gra­phic real­ly love world or two, and all of a sud­den that scree­ner moves in the voter’s list. I am not say­ing that the­se films are­n’t excep­tio­nal in other ways. I’m sim­ply pro­clai­ming that some nudi­ty can­not harm.

Dar­ren Aronofsky’s psy­cho­lo­gi­cal thril­ler had been a pri­ze and fes­ti­val dar­ling in 2011. Nata­lie Port­man acqui­red an Oscar for her over­all per­for­mance as a com­pul­si­ve dancer, whoe­ver encroa­ching fan­ta­sy exis­tence con­sists of a fran­tic love world with a rival star­red by Mila Kunis.

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If “tent inter­cour­se” will be your thing,


will be your movie. It des­troy­ed best pho­to Oscar to


within the the majo­ri­ty of egre­gious upsets ever, but the silent pas­sio­na­te frus­tra­ti­on endu­res.

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This title is decep­ti­ve, to put it mild­ly.

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Glenn Clo­se takes on a male fan­ta­sy swit­ched hea­da­che in the grea­test pho­to nomi­nee, which, in terms of Tom Hanks’ per­so­na­li­ty in

Slee­p­less In Seat­tle,

“scared the s**t out of every guy in the usa.”

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Hal­le Ber­ry won her Oscar by play­ing the widow of an exe­cu­ted pri­soner within this fair­ly bleak dra­ma. It has a sub­stan­ti­al amount of nude time pas­sed bet­ween Ber­ry and co-star Bil­ly Bob Thorn­ton, howe­ver.

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I recall being extre­me­ly con­fu­sed about exact­ly why my per­so­nal par­ents won’t I want to see a movie that see­med to be about a musi­cal tools and fema­les with real­ly tight braids. I quick­ly noti­ced it and I was not baf­f­led any lon­ger.

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a Best lan­guage movie cham­pi­on within Gol­den Glo­bes, Alfon­so Cuaron’s coming-of-age high­way moti­on pic­tu­re cul­mi­na­ted in ano­ther of film’s most famous three­so­mes.

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Stan­ley Kubrick’s final hur­rah was Tom Crui­se and Nico­le Kidman’s aswell. The sexu­al thril­ler and its mas­ked orgy hap­pen­ed to be a touch too a lot the Glo­bes while the Oscars, but cele­bra­ti­ons and experts asso­cia­ti­ons hap­pen­ed to be around it.

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A chal­len­ging love sto­ry, as you would expect,

Your Rea­der

rea­dy top girl Kate Wins­let up for a num­ber one Actress Oscar win. As an old Nazi safe­guard whom sedu­ces a teenage guy, Wins­let is cou­ra­ge­ous and reve­a­led.

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It is the 7‑mi­nu­te-long les­bi­an real­ly love sce­ne heard around the glo­be. For the dre­a­my French rela­ti­onship,

Blue May Be The War­mest Colour

, co-stars Adèle Exar­cho­pou­los and Léa Sey­doux dres­sed in built vagi­nas in order to work the rea­li­stic oral sex. It clai­med the Pal­me d’Or at Can­nes, inclu­ding seve­ral other nods.

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Who is able to for­get about that final chan­ce of Dirk Diggler giving hims­elf and small Dirk a pep talk in mir­ror? Paul Tho­mas Anderson’s

Boo­gie Nights

brought Bert Rey­nolds back in the lime­light and the most taboo film style — por­no­gra­phy — direct­ly to the Oscar red car­pet.

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Defi­ni­te­ly not a per­son to view becau­se of the par­ents or per­haps the young ones, this bio­pic of Mar­quis de Sade, an ear­ly sym­bol of inti­ma­te inde­pen­dence, would do the Mar­quis satis­fied using its gra­phic, unp­lea­sant depic­tions of sexua­li­ty.

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Dia­ne Lane ended up being sel­ec­ted for an Aca­de­my Award on her part within reven­ge thril­ler. Don’t get worried, she along with her lover (Oli­vi­er Mar­ti­nez) have actual­ly a lot of pos­si­bi­li­ty to ratt­le some head­boards befo­re ever­y­thing goes way south, means quick­ly.

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The­se pro­vo­ca­ti­ve films rode their own buzz straight away to major hono­urs iden­ti­fi­ca­ti­on. Exact­ly who claims inter­cour­se does­n’t pro­mo­te?

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