The 69th episode of the Mr. Skin podcast can only mean one thing: The best 69 scenes on film!
The phrase "hanging on by a thread" is typically used in situations where things are uncertain - the smallest change could have the biggest consequences - and while most of time, it's considered a bad thing, when it comes to this particular case, it's a really great thing. For you see, Adèle Exarchopoulos is wearing a top that is just barely holding in her boobs. One small change and her boobs are out. They are literally hanging on by a thread.
So, there is something that we need to talk about and that is the lack of Adèle Exarchopoulos in our movies. That is the really serious problem and I don’t understand why more people aren’t addressing this oh-so-important issue.
There is something so comforting and relaxing about water. For many of us, nothing in this world helps melt the stress away by simply staring at a beautiful body of water. Well, at least that used to be the case, but now that I’ve seen Adèle Exarchopoulos floating while wearing a see-through top, the ocean just looks like of boring.
One can make the argument that if your music is good enough, then you don’t need a flashy, fancy music video to get attention. But I say if your music is good enough and you have a topless Adèle Exarchopoulos in your video, then you have a sure fire hit on your hands.
Every so often an actor or actress literary bursts onto the scene with one performance and takes the world by storm. Right now it would appear that Adele Exarchopoulos is storming all over the place. Exarchopoulos is back where it all started, Cannes, rocking the red carpet in probably the world’s most see through dress.
Nudity in film is a tradition that we can all get behind. Even sites that don't specialize in film nudity have been getting in on the act of late. A site called Buzzave (link below) decided to take a look at "7 Films with the Longest Onscreen Nudity," and their list hits some of the big ones, but also makes some bizarre choices.
The co-star of "Blue is the Warmest Color"— The French flick with the multiple graphic lesbian sex scenes—shed her clothes again, this time for a photo spread for Numero Magazine
Haven't seen "Blue is the Warmest Color" yet? Get a glimpse at the sex that's got everyone talking.
As you may have heard, Lea Seydoux and Adele Exarchopoulos are the stars of "Blue is the Warmest Color," a lesbian romance chock full of steamy sex scenes. And what better way to promote that sort of project than with steamy lesbian photo shoots?
If Lars von Trier had directed "Blue Valentine," but made it the tale of two young lesbians (and dramatically upped the sexual content), you'd have something akin to "Blue is the Warmest Color." Take a peek at a bit of its sapphic sex.
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