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I wouldn't do nudity in films. For me, personally... To act with my clothes on is a performance; to act with my clothes off is a documentary.
There's the theory that nudity doesn't really make something sexy; the characters and their relationship make it sexy.
Young actors often don't think of the consequences of doing nudity or sex scenes. They want the role so badly that they agree to be exploited, and then end up embarrassing family, friends, and even strangers.
I've never had a problem with nudity, but I don't put it out there without a reason.
Nudity is natural but not until a person accepts and loves who they are.
I think on-stage nudity is disgusting, shameful and damaging to all things American. But if I were 22 with a great body, it would be artistic, tasteful, patriotic and a progressive religious experience.
Nudity is the uniform of the other side... nudity is a shroud.
What bothers me is our culture's obsession with nudity. It shouldn't be a big deal, but it is. I think this overemphasis with nudity makes actors nervous. There's the worry about seeing one's body dissected, misrepresented, played and replayed on the Internet.
Nudity is for my boyfriend or my doctor.
Nakedness reveals itself. Nudity is placed on display. The nude is condemned to never being naked. Nudity is a form of dress.
I have no problem with nudity. I can look at myself. I like walking around nude. It doesn't bother me. I see all the people walking around nude; it doesn't bother me.
I love my country, but I believe that we are too quick to censor nudity.
We seem okay with violence, but nudity we race to criticize and censor.
Sometimes nudity is gratuitous. We just live in a society where everything goes.
With scripts I've always looked at them and thought about kids, you know? Thought about the world and the impact... I won't do nudity and I never felt comfortable with that whole idea or things with huge sexual content - not my thing.
I've never been opposed to nudity. I've been opposed to nudity for box-office draw.
My issue in the past with nudity was that these scenes had been written solely for box office draw.
I've done nudity in lots of things before. It's something that's never particularly bothered me.
At the time I came along, Hollywood's idea of teen movies meant there had to be a lot of nudity, usually involving boys in pursuit of sex, and pretty gross overall. Either that or a horror movie. And the last thing Hollywood wanted in their teen movies was teenagers!
I avoided nudity unless a film couldn't be told without those scenes. If you look at my films, few of them have that element, yet nudity and male fantasies have become emblematic of my work.
I always thought, because America is supposed to be the land of the free, nudity would be part of the norm over there, but it isn't. It's surprising.
I've never done any nudity, but I would do basically anything if a role called for it.
I don't just want to be the girl boys get excited about, I have no desire for people to see me in a sexy way. I won't do nudity ever.
I'm not for gratuitous nudity, but if there's humor, I don't have a problem.
Nudity... I have to say I will never do it again.
I did some artistic nudes when I was I 8 with a French-Canadian photographer while I was modeling. They were beautiful shots, and they were not about nudity.
It's only in the United States that they make a big deal about nudity.
Nudity, in the right way, can enhance a film or a TV program or a TV commercial. If it's done tastefully it can make it more of an interesting product.
In England, there are so many TV commercials with nudity in them, and there are so many TV programs that show nudity on a regular basis. It's becoming more of a norm.
I'm not doing any more nudity.
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