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It was also a great reminder that sometimes, talking about sex can be just as erotic as having it.
Directed by: François Ozon Written by: François Ozon and Emmanuèle Bernheim Ludivine Sagnier is sublime as Julie, whose brash sexuality riles up repressed author Sarah Morton (Charlotte Rampling).
Because she is a strong, independent, sexually confident woman, damn it. Directed by: Jean-Jacques Beineix Written by: Jean-Jacques Beineix Betty (Béatrice Dalle) and Zorg (Jean-Hugues Anglade) are lovers in a steamy but volatile relationship.
(It's all very French.) And if you just can't get enough is the story of a forbidden gay relationship at Cambridge in the early 20th century.
Directed by: Philip Kaufman Written by: Philip Kaufman and Rose Kaufman Based on Anaïs Nin's journals on her love affairs with Henry and June Miller, the film thrusts stars Maria de Medeiros, Fred Ward, and Uma Thurman into a steamy love triangle.
And Henry & June earned a Best Picture nomination and an NC-17 rating for its efforts. The directorial debut of the Wachowskis, Directed by: Kevin Rodney Sullivan Written by: Terry Mc Millan and Ron Bass Angela Bassett kills it as the eponymous Stella in this film adaptation of Terry Mc Millan's novel of the same name. Directed by: Todd Haynes Written by: Todd Haynes and James K.
Its realism makes the sex between Tom Cullen's Russell and Chris New's Glen that much more appealing.
And Andrew Haigh has carried that same sensibility to HBO's knows exactly what it is: a love letter to the male form., a gorgeous Italian film that's as sensual as it is sexy. But that doesn't make the very naked scenes between Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway any less hot!It's tough not to get worked up by the passionate affair between Emma (Tilda Swinton) and Antonio (Edoardo Gabbriellini). is a painfully true-to-life and, at times, heartbreaking gay romance.that might make it unsexy is that it depicts an incestuous relationship between Barbara Baekeland (Julianne Moore) and her son, Antony (Eddie Redmayne).But like, they have a threesome with Hugh Dancy, so. conned us into believing it was a sexy romantic comedy when, in fact, it deals with some very heavy issues.Directed by: Jean Genet Written by: Jean Genet Jean Genet's only film was long banned for its explicit homoerotic content, but the sexiest thing about it is actually two prisoners sharing cigarette smoke through a hole in the wall.