Also with Annette O'Toole in the famous pool stalking sequence.
David Cronenberg's controversial, fetishistic study of an automotive car-crash subculture was not for everyone.
Sexiest Films of All-Time: In the following compilation by Filmsite are some of the sexiest films in the display of sex and eroticism on the screen throughout cinematic history.
See also Filmsite's multi-part sections on "Sex in Cinema" for more detail and illustrations: The first in a series of wildly popular, raucous teen-sex comedies (typical of the late 90s) - and an extremely 'guilty pleasure' film about losing one's virginity on prom night.
Ultimately he performed surgery on her after a car accident and made her a 'Venus de Milo' amputee (metaphorically and physically) to imprison her in his home.
Paul Schrader's erotic horror film remake (of the 1942 original) starred lithe Nastassja Kinski as Irena, doomed to turn into a black leopard if her sexual passions were stirred.
An NC-17 rated erotic thriller starring Willem Dafoe (as a lawyer) and Madonna (with an outright sexy performance as a murder suspect) - derided and panned by many critics for its hot wax S&M sequence and other kinky sex scenes.
The LA adult film industry of the 1970s-80s was the hard-core focus of Paul Thomas Anderson's dark epic, starring Burt Reynolds as a porn director, Julianne Moore as often-nude adult actress Amber Waves, Heather Graham as stripped-down Rollergirl, and Mark Wahlberg as well-endowed Dirk Diggler (with a prosthetic penis)became entranced by his vivacious, unattainable, bitchy and libertine neighbor Helena (Sherilyn Fenn).In Paul Verhoeven's sleazy thriller, Sharon Stone as bisexual blonde - and suspected bad-girl murderess Catherine Trammel with an ice-pick, flashed her nether region to a roomful of entranced cops during an interrogation The dark and perverted side of sexuality (love/hate) was explored in this Roman Polanski psycho-thriller, between a wheelchaired husband (Peter Coyote) and his seductive French wife (Emmanuelle Seigner), as the two were on an ocean voyage with a prim and proper British couple (Kristin Scott-Thomas and Hugh Grant).A French film accused of being nearly pornographic, and having its director mistreat its two female stars Adèle Exarchopoulos and Léa Seydoux, who had an explicit 7 minute lesbian scene between them as they explored their sexuality.A Best Picture winner, this romantic drama used flashback as a technique to tell the tale of the badly-burned "English Patient" Count László de Almásy (Ralph Fiennes) and his doomed love affair with a married woman (Kristin Scott-Thomas).Kubrick's last film of a sexual odyssey featured a sophisticated married pair (celebrity couple Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman) with adulterous impulses while experimenting with new adventures or experiences, including an ominous masked orgy.right through to delivery of final analysis package, guiding you with our expertise and knowledge.