Mostly the sex scenes in movies aren’t actually real. We just see actors pretending to take pleasure in those activities. But there are exceptions. There have been a handful of movies that have taken it to the extreme. These movies weren’t pornographic, but still, the sex scenes that they consisted of, were real
So, let’s find out which are those extremely adventurous movies, where the actors went off limits
These Are The Movies In Which The Sex Scenes Were Real!
1. 9 Songs
Directed by Michael Winterbottom, this 2004 British art romantic drama film was controversial due to the real sex scenes between actor Kieran O’Brian and Margo Stilley.
This French drama film that revolves around a school student had unsimulated sex scenes between the actors.
Caligula might be considered a pornographic film by some, but due to the presence of well known Hollywood actors like Peter O’Toole and Helen Mirren, it can be called a regular movie as well. The movie featured various real sex scenes that were added into it post-production.
Shortbus is one of the most popular movies on this list. This 2006 comedy centers around certain happening in an artsy sexual salon situated in Brooklyn. The sex scenes in this well-directed movie are depicted to be real.
5. The Brown Bunny
This 2003 flick caught widespread attention due to the oral sex scene between Vincent Gallo and Chloe Sevigny.
6. The Idiots
In the 1998 drama comedy, the sex scenes are mostly simulated, but there’s one scene which features actual sex enacted by porn industry stand ins.
This Al Pacino starrer originally featured footage of actual gay sex, which was later mostly cut out in order to achieve an R rating.
Intimacy is a well known British mainstream movie released in 2001 that features real sex scenes between the lead actors. The movie even was awarded as the Best Film at Berlin Film Festival.
9. Pola X
This 1999 French romantic drama is about a young novelist who meets a woman that claims to be to his lost sister, the two afterward begin a romantic relationship that leads to some unsimulated sex scenes. Step aside, Game of Thrones!
Gift was one of the first Danish mainstream movies to feature unsimulated sex scenes between the actors. This 1966 drama is also known as Venom in the United States