Skip to comments.Our lesbian love scenes were hell, say actresses after they were 'forced to
Posted on 09/04/2013 6:25:21 PM PDT by Perdogg
Our lesbian love scenes were hell, say actresses after they were 'forced to perform humiliating acts of sex and violence by demanding director'
Two young actresses who star in one of the most successful films released this year have claimed they were forced to engage in humiliating acts of sex and violence by its director.
Adele Exarchopoulos and Lea Seydoux both say they will never work with Abdellatif Kechiche again following their experience filming Blue is the Warmest Colour.
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Lesbians - It ain’t like in the movies.
forced?.....They could have walked out
And leave show business?!
I wouldn’t have done it.
i guess now directors will be forced to hire actresses who are really lesbians.
the new problem will be getting people to come and watch the movies.
course we could go back to having script writers actually make a storyline that doesn’t require nudity or smut at all.
Well, call me cynical, but I think I see the problem here.
Did they not read the script?
Yayyyyy, after looking these fine fillies I’m probably going to have to see this film one, two or three times before passing judgement.
A young woman who had been in several community theater shows with our son went on to pursue acting as a career. Next I heard she was offered a spot in the traveling show of Les Miserables, a wonderful gig but she turned it down because she wouldn’t do the prostitute scene because she’s a devote Christian. Huge choice for her. I met a young woman tonight (9th grader) who insisted that her mother take her to RCIC (rites of Christian Initiation for Children). My granddaughter is also starting (7th grade) because she wants to be a Catholic. There’s some hope for the next generation.
To make an art film, you have to break a few girls. Roman Polanski would agree... /s
These two were the belles of the ball at Cannes this year, so their complaints are coming in a little late.
...nor will they have to.
Given the state of Hollywood these days, I can’t help but be a little skeptical and wonder if these “complaints” aren’t just a gimmick to get more people to see a movie that, until now, I hadn’t even heard of.
Indeed. No doubt a lot of scenes needing to be re-shot, overexposed film, improper lighting, mis-spoken lines. I can imagine this older, umm, director, needing to get the scenes just right.
They could have hired me to be a body double for either of them.
Yes it would be a dirty job, but someone has to do it.
lol careful ...you might hurt yourself.
Cwl tag line.
I heard they were a couple of cunning linguists.
-- Well, call me cynical, but I think I see the problem here.
Reminds me of a 1976 hit by an aptly-named band:
I recall an interview with Florence Henderson regarding “The Brady Bunch”. She said the first time they had a kiss, she went to the director and said, “this guy ain’t straight”.
Later Sherwood Schwartz confirmed that was what happened. I thought it was interesting that she could tell just from a screen kiss.
Homosexuality is NOT normal and I refuse to be entertained by depictions of it.
On the other hand...they “like the mens”. People will do anything for money.
what transpired in these scenes?
Ten minutes is an extremely long time for a love (sex) scene. Does the movie offer anything else?
Next to the combined books of the Bible, i think Les Miserables is the greatest story ever told... it is a story of grace, repentence and redemption... so beautiful...
Wonder where the additional footage went.
"I'm not telling."
Are you insane?! That requires talent and creativity!
This thread is useless without pictures.
“Homosexuality is NOT normal and I refuse to be entertained by depictions of it.”
Lesbian scenes are just an excuse to get two hot chicks naked at the same time without having to look at a hairy naked guy, too.
I think the best novel I ever read was “Great Expectations”. We had to read it in 10th grade English Lit.
Not a thing in it to keep one from letting their child read it. It certainly is not necessary to fill the story with sex and violence or at least both described in detail rather than left to the imagination.
The description of sex and Violence are not bad in of them self. The Bible has quite a bit of both.
and he was complaining he couldnt get them to do a lick of work
And how much is soul really worth? I do not understand why anyone would agree to do this type of thing for a movie (or anything else ‘dramatic’ for that matter)
you are disgusting
It is interesting that although it is technically the same thing and I admit it, seeing two girls together doesn’t produce the gag reflex which one gets from seeing two homos.
No one try to make a joke about “gag reflex” either.
So you are a lesbian and enjoy violent sex???
bleeeeech....not even close
bleeeeech....not even close
You're probably right. I hadn't thought of that.
Try a true classic Pilgrim’s Progress
I would havegone with:
No one is trying to make a crack about gag reflex either.
Perhaps that is because you are male....check with your female friends as to how uncomfortable it is to watch homoerotic scenes
“No young heterosexual actresses were harmed in the making of this movie.”
I dunno...I’m gonna have to watch it a couple times to see if they were faking it...
I think my second favorite is “Crime and Punishment” by Dostoyevsky, however his mane is spelled.
‘Ten minutes is an extremely long time for a love (sex) scene.’
These are women after all. Probably had to switch out batteries or something.
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