The women conspire to steal million from the mobster—but first, Gershon and her co-star, Jennifer Tilly, engage in some sexy scenes choreographed by feminist social critic Susie Bright. The timid and emotionally fragile Lee (Maggie Gyllenhaal) learns to break out of her shell when she takes a job as an assistant for a demanding—and aggressive—lawyer Mr. But their office relationship quickly evolves when the sadistic Mr. On the way, the young men must face the facts about their friendship as they embark upon adulthood—and deal with their feelings toward Luisa, who brings them closer together than they ever expected. A wealthy business man named John Gray (Mickey Rourke) seduces a young gallery assistant, Elizabeth (Kim Basinger). then-husband-and-wife Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman played a pair of Manhattanites whose relationship is tested when the wife reveals her deep sexual fantasies concerning another man.
She knows little about his life other than his sexual interests, and their relationship becomes more complex as she finds herself succumbing to his demands and slowly dropping her guard and allowing him to cross an ever-moving line. In retaliation, the husband wanders throughout the night and eventually finds himself in a country mansion at a masked ball—that soon turned into an Illuminati-esque orgy. Luis Buñuel is known for his surrealist, absurd films, but one of his most famous is pretty straight-forward compared to his more cerebral works.
As he spends his time feeling underwhelmed with his prospects, he takes notice of the handsome Michel.
Franck also notices, however, Michel has murdered his companion.
is notorious for two things: Kevin Bacon's exposed penis and a threesome between Denise Richards, Neve Campbell, and Matt Dillon.
The latter is mostly an excuse to feature then-unknown Richards topless.
.’ And then what went through my mind was just how cool and exciting it is,” Johnson tells PEOPLE in this week’s cover story.
“And then I thought, ‘Wow, we’ve pretty much reached the pinnacle.’ I’m not quite too sure where we go from here.
When his curiosity gets the best of him, he seeks out to learn more about the woman—which leads to the destruction of their relationship.
While David Lynch's wackadoo neo-noir focuses mostly on an aspiring actress (Naomi Watts) as she plays amateur detective upon her arrival in Los Angeles, the film features a notorious lesbian love scene between Watts and her co-star, Laura Elena Harding—one that is as titillating Director Catherine Breillat has been labeled a "porno auteuriste," and the term is most applicable with her 1999 drama in which a French schoolteacher, frustrated with her boyfriend's disregard for intimacy and affection, searches elsewhere to fulfill her insatiable desires.
Practically tame by today's standards, this is the movie responsible for the creation of the NC-17 rating.