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In this film the modest Anne Hathaway played completely naked: now they don’t let something like that on the air (photo)

In this film the modest Anne Hathaway played completely naked: now they don’t let something like that on the air (photo)
In this film the modest Anne Hathaway played completely naked: now they don’t let something like that on the air (photo)

Still from the film “Love and other medicines”
Still from the movie

Still from the film “Love and other medicines”
Still from the movie

Still from the film “Love and other medicines”

Unprepared viewers will likely be shocked by the actress’s on-screen behavior.

The general public knows Anne Hathaway from The Dark Knight, Interstellar, The Devil Wears Prada and dozens of other films in which, even though her character has a love interest, the artist herself behaves rather modestly. But for the sake of ‘Love and Other Medicines’ the beauty made an exception.

This is a 2010 melodrama starring Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal. Based on Jamie Reidy’s memoir, Hard Sell: The Evolution of a Viagra Salesman, the film tells a story about love, the pharmaceutical industry and life with Parkinson’s disease.

In this film the modest Anne Hathaway played completely naked: now they don’t let something like that on the air (photo)

Still from the film “Love and other medicines”

Jamie Randall (Gyllenhaal) is a charming and charismatic sales representative who works for a pharmaceutical company. He meets Maggie Murdoch (Hathaway), an artist suffering from the early stages of Parkinson’s disease.

Despite her reluctance to enter into a serious relationship due to her illness, a strong attraction develops between them. Their connection develops into deep feelings, forcing both to reconsider their views on life, love and illness.

Still from the movie

Still from the film “Love and other medicines”

The already exciting plot, like a romantic drama, is supplemented with spectacular bed scenes and not so scenes where Anne strives to take off her clothes. The degree of frankness of some moments with Hathaway is so high that it resembles adult films, and in our time this is unlikely to be shown on television. Unless it’s late at night.

With such exciting scenes featuring Hathaway, it’s not surprising that the film was destined to be a commercial success; with a budget of $30 million, the film grossed three times that amount.

Still from the movie

Still from the film “Love and other medicines”

A similar situation affected ten other famous films, which managed to become cult classics despite their modest budget.

Author: Alexey Pletkin

Source: Popcorn News

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