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(34) There, one confronts the futility of an existence of sheer pleasure (fun) without other attending (unsimulated) goods, and hesitates to plug in, worrying about the loss of other goods besides the experience of pleasure.
For this sequence, Kotcheff and his crew accompanied a real-life kangaroo hunt, so the scenes of the animals being shot are unsimulated, although Kotcheff is hasty to point out in both the DVD commentary and accompanying features that the scenes of the actors interacting with the kangaroos were staged.
Additional performers joined the action later, first simulating sex acts, then engaging in unsimulated sex, which in turn led to the rise of the feature-length adult productions of the 1970s and the rise of the adult film industry.
Trying out almost every position imaginable and blurring the line between simulated and unsimulated acts, Exarchopoulos and Seydoux are utterly fearless, conveying an almost feral hunger as their characters make love with increasing abandon.
(Do I need to add here that the overwhelming majority of cinematic sex scenes, unsimulated or not, take place between unmarried couples?) Indeed, why shouldn't it be the cinema's duty, as the most graphically representational of art forms, to reflect the new permissiveness and to reflect it as realistically as possible?
Director/actor Vincent Gallo's rambling road movie caused outrage at Cannes thanks to a scene in which Chloe Sevigny (who also starred in Kids, above) performs an unsimulated sex act on Gallo (her real-life boyfriend).
That's been at the centre of the debate over 9 Songs, by British director Michael Winterbottom, which many claim is the first mainstream UK film depicting two actors having real, unsimulated sex (a disputable claim and one which only has merit if you ignore arthouse productions, like Intimacy).
A BBFC spokesman said: "It would not be out of the question to pass a film with unsimulated sex scenes.
For a brief moment, Kennedy's death is once again fresh, horrible, and, if it were possible, unsimulated. Without surrendering to Branch's reductive materialist narrative, DeLillo returns us to the one point from which all of our conflicting historical narratives emerge.
Kaplan writes, "In a world rapidly becoming homogenized through the proliferation of luxury hotels, mass tourism, and satellite communications, fewer unsimulated adventures remain....
In a recent interview with (http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1691819/nymphomanic-shia-labeouf.jhtml) MTV , Shia LaBeouf hinted that many of the film's sex scenes may be unsimulated.
Perhaps the director's signature touch here is an extraordinarily realistic, possibly unsimulated closeup shot of a woman giving birth, from crowning to delivery, goosing the already frenzied action during the hospital attack sequence and perhaps making the wry point that life persists even amid mass slaughter.