There are also flashbacks to domestic violence and possessive behavior between lovers. However, rather than being overwhelmed by these scenes, she noted during a recent interview that there isn’t actually much to it.The language is standard for an R-rated movie ("f--k," "s--t," "assh--e"), but it's the frank sex scenes and the cringe-inducing violence (which also includes domestic abuse) throughout that makes this one for very mature teens and adults only.
“How I feel about nudity is we’re all naked under our clothes,” the 34-year-old recently admitted. I haven’t done a lot of nudity in films, but Dawson went on to explain how she devised the scene with her fellow co-star Colin Farrell and Stone during rehearsal. “There was something that in a very short period of time revealed quite a lot about these two characters – their dynamic and what was going to happen afterwards – and it was great.
It was very interesting, I mean it wasn’t originally written as that, it’s actually what Oliver Stone, Colin (Farrell) and I came up with when we were rehearsing it, so you know, we all sort of collaborated on that, and it being that that was going to be the best way to execute that scene.” However, despite having no qualms about showing off her body to the world, Dawson did joke that she is particularly squeamish when it comes to “jellyfish or centipedes.” In fact, she added, “anything with multiple legs and suction caps – especially when they’re electrified.” Earlier today, The Inquisitr revealed that Dawson used her tough upbringing to inspire her performance in “I’m a ’79 baby and was raised by a teenage mom on the Lower East Side in a squat. My mom was pregnant at 16 but never talked about her sacrifices. “June has been neglected, and each choice marginalized her more and more.
Parents need to know that Trance is, like director Danny Boyle's earlier films Trainspotting and 28 Days Later, not for younger viewers.
Although it has drawn comparisons to Inception and Memento, this thriller has more sex (including sexual full-frontal nudity) and grisly violence (torture, heads blown up, an innocent person killed) than either of those films.
Growing up in the ’80s in a crack neighborhood, I’ve seen drug addiction, “My mom worked at women’s shelters since I was young, so I grew up with that.
Rosario Dawson may have one of the hottest bodies in Hollywood but even she had her hang-ups when filming a fully naked scene opposite James Mc Avoy in the new Danny Boyle film, Trance.
Danny Boyle directs this psychological thriller about an art heist gone wrong and the hypnotist who's hired to ferret out the missing masterpiece.
Everything is a jumble after an auctioneer gets hit in the head while double-crossing some art thieves.
Characters are shot, beaten, burned, hit by a car, and killed.