Skip navigation! Story from Pop Culture. We are here today to address a fact that I only recently learned. That's because it has appeared in more movies than some actors ever will. As Esquire writes, McGregor "has done more full-frontal nudity scenes than any other A-list actor working today. It turns out that his nude scenes are not only numerous, but also quite esteemed.
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Once upon a time read: the '80s , movie fans could count on the fact that at some point, someone in the movie would randomly drop trou or rip off their shirt for no apparent reason whatsoever. And frankly, it was great. After all, why worry about things like plot or character development when you can have some good old-fashioned gratuitous nudity instead? Nowadays, of course, such moments are rare, usually happening only for comic relief or in grade-Z, video on demand dreck. Thanks to Internet porn, there's kind of no reason for movies to bother, right? Once in a while, though, there's still a shining light — or shining headlights, if you will — such as Rosario Dawson's turn in the new Danny Boyle thriller "Trance," which already has people buzzing and whipping out their iPhones to grab a quick screenshot. So with that in mind, we thought we'd take a look back at some of the most infamous moments of gratuitous nudity in film history.
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Danish cinema has become internationally known, mostly due to Lars Von Trier and his controversial movies such as Dogville and Breaking the Waves. The story is about a young widowed woman who lives alone in a house in a remote spot in the country. Her life changes when a stranger appears one night out of nowhere. It was one of the first coming-of-age films and it certainly influenced the genre that is so popular nowadays. Some called it a masterpiece, while others felt it was a pretentious, misogynistic film, and the product of a depressed director.
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