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Duration: 8min 50sec Views: 759 Submitted: 23.03.2020
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The pandemic is changing the way we do things, and this includes how we shoot intimate scenes in movies. The passionate intimacy we see on-screen is often not as effortless with a huge crew around. Some directors give a moment-by-moment instruction about what the sex scene should look like, as was the case with the scenes in Fight Club , Gone Girl , among others. Physical distancing is being followed on the set, which means that the production team is always six feet apart while filming. Mobility is restricted too; there are limits on the maximum number of people allowed on a set at a time. At the same time, intimate scenes can become dangerous territory with the virus around.

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30 Best Sex Scenes in Movie History

Skip navigation! Story from Movies. The new documentary Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies gives a lesson in onscreen sex from the silent era all the way up to present day. The film, which is now available on-demand, specifically looks at some of the sex scenes that changed everything in Hollywood. All of that is to say, there are a lot of movie sex scenes to choose from when making a list like this.

Sure, sex scenes are often for titillation or simply to keep audiences interested during exposition, but these instances prove that, at their best, filmic love scenes are a vital narrative device we'll miss post-pandemic. Did you ever notice how sensitive you were to touch, until you could no longer? We instinctively shrink back if someone comes too close and express our dismay on social media at the encroachment of personal space or lack of care for the rules. Drama and comedy rely on human interaction, so halted productions are now turning their thoughts to how they will incorporate social distancing into storylines — soaps, especially, as a shortage of content is imminent. Thanks to camera trickery and canny editing, keeping actors and crew safe may require little onscreen compromise, but it means a moratorium on more intimate scenes.
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