Sunday, 16 May 2010

Scenes in films that shouldn't be HOT but definitely are: Part 1

Ok folks, I was talking to the good people of Shadow Lane last night on twitter and the talk took the direction of scenes if films that were hot, even though it felt wrong to have such emotions about these scenes.

My scene, the one I find the most hot at the moment is the scene from Changeling where Mrs Collins is sent to the psychiatric ward in LA, because the police need to silence her and silence her fast.  Once there she is stripped to her bare flesh and hosed down with cold water.  Before being given her institutional gown she is searched by the nurse conducting the induction, wearing a rubber glove.  The nurse is unforgiving, having Mrs Collins spread her legs wider for the search.  The look on Mrs Collins face say it all about the humiliation of such a scene...

Ok, this scene to me is very hot, probably because it is not unlike some of the prison scenes I love so much, but also I love the humiliation of it and the public humiliation.  SO, who else has a scene in a film that they find hot but think they should not?!  I have shared my guilt....go on, share yours!

8 comments:

John said...

Not sure this will be my final word on this subject but a scene in Anthony Minghella's "Cold Mountain" comes to mind. Inman, the Confederate soldier trying to make his way home through the disintegrating and lawless South, is given refuge at a farm (in fact it's a trap and he will be handed over to a band of vigilantes). One of the women at the farm comes on to him and stretches herself across the table offering herself to be taken from behind. You know something terrible is about to happen and yet the moment is incredibly erotic...

Leia-Ann Woods said...

oooooooh now I like that. Should not talk too much about my sex life, but I love that position as my partner will attest. Thank you for the contribution!!

Thomas_III said...

Hmmm... I'm no longer sure of the title of the movie that I'm thinking about, but it involves a woman in an abusive and possessive relationship. The boyfriend/husband/whatever is absolutely criminal in his treatment of her, and is portrayed as completely despiccable. However, there is one scene, I forget what the woman's alleged misbehavior was, in which he starts to approach her and remove his belt as he's walking. After a cut scene, he later asks her "how's yer bottom?" Yes, I know that he's supposed to be the villain for it, but the spanko in my just couldn't resist. ;)

Brett B said...

I haven't seen it in years, but there was a film called "Love Crimes" that had a spanking in it. It starred Sean Young (who I think is very similar in looks to you, Leia-Ann). Miss Young somehow gets involved in trying to entrap the antagonist (played by Patrick Bergin), a guy who poses as a photographer and then seduces women while exploiting their submissiveness. It's a thriller where she's trapped in his house, and it's unclear whether she's acting to catch him to stop his crimes or to become his submissive. There's nudity, which looks great on the very handsome Sean Young. I don't remember it as a particularly great movie, but the whole idea of it was HOT.

Leia-Ann Woods said...

Thomas - that is a wonderful example. Indeed I think there is a Bond movie where the girl is beaten to Mr Bond's Disgust, which is a shame as I always saw him as an alpha male!

Bret - excellent choice, however are you saying I look like a man?!!!

Brett B said...

"...are you saying I look like a man?!!!"

No, Leia-Ann, like the actress Sean Young---at least when she was younger. I haven't seen her in anything for many years. I always thought she was a beautiful woman, and you two share that trait.

Steven said...

Not to worry Ms. Woods. Agent 007 was definitely a spanker, he just didn't approve of a husband correcting his wife with a method that leaves permanent marks.
He threatened Miss Moneypenny with a spanking in Thunderball and gave an anonymous blonde a swat on her bikini covered bottom in Goldfinger.

Leia-Ann Woods said...

Brett - Sorry, misread your post with Sean Bean. Now it makes sense. My apologies!

Steven - Oh good, I am not a Bond expert, I love the music but that is about it!. Glad he was a spanko though...

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