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Two attractive women getting it on for a camera generally works out well. But sometimes, when the actresses aren't into it, or the director tries too hard to stylize the moment, or the scene's context is altogether uncomfortable, things can get a little awkward. Sadly, excited male viewers' hopes have been crushed too often by failed promises of sexy women getting intense and naughty with other ladies on screen with results that could best be described as "cinematic blue balls.
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Jennifer Tilly born Jennifer Ellen Chan ; September 16,   is an American actress, voice actress, and poker player. She is most recognised as Tiffany Valentine in the Child's Play franchise —. Her first notable acting role was on the sitcom Shaping Upwhich she followed with her film debut in No Small Affair the same year.
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Welcome to Sexpositions, a weeklong Vulture celebration of sex scenes in movies and on TV. With help from famed sex educator Susie Bright, the actresses and directors created a sex scene that scans as authentic, riveting, and, of course, hot. Jennifer Tilly tells us how it all came to be.
Starring Gina Gershon and Jennifer Tilley. Directed by Larry and Andy Wachowski. At Bay Area theaters. The menace and sardonic wit that characterize "Bound" are illustrated in that opening.
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What does it mean that it took two straight, married white guys to finally make a movie with really hot lesbian sex scenes that are, well, pretty darn authentic to boot? Mostly, it means that writer-directors Andy and Larry Wachowski are smart. And considering their first and previous outing was as writers on the blatantly stupid "Assassins," in which Sylvester Stallone tried to play melancholy and Antonio Banderas appeared to have had a tad too many cafesitos, that's a surprise indeed. In "Bound," the Wachowski brothers' directorial debut, they position Jennifer Tilly as a mob moll -- but don't think this is a repeat of her Oscar-nominated ditz role in Woody Allen's "Bullets Over Broadway.