10 Sexiest Oscar Movies

In order to receive a prestigious award, many filmmakers do the most daring things. It happens that for this reason they even fill their films with explicit sex scenes. These are the pictures we have collected in this collection.

Black Swan (2011)

Darren Aronofsky’s psychological thriller was nominated in five categories in 2011. Natalie Portman managed to win an Oscar for her work on the role of a ballerina whose fantastic life includes, in particular, a crazy love scene with her rival, played by Mila Cooney.

The plot of the film is built around a ballet performance. Nina plays the role of the White Swan perfectly, but she is not at all successful in portraying the Black Swan. This party requires more relaxedness and sexuality, so it is quite suitable for Lilia. The rivalry between the ballerinas reveals a subconscious energy in Nina that is frightening.

Brokeback Mountain (2005)

The beautiful love story between two men was awarded three Oscars: for Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Score.

By chance, Jack and Ennis met at the Wyoming ranch. And very soon they felt passion for each other. Fate, of course, will test their love to the limit, but overcoming difficulties together will only unite the main characters.

The End of the Affair (1999)

The film adaptation of Graham Greene’s novel received two Oscar nominations: Best Actress (Julianne Moore) and Best Cinematography (Roger Pratt).

Writer Maurice Bendrix and Sarah Miles have long been one unit that no force could destroy. But one moment changed everything. During the bombing of London, a bomb hits the main character’s house just at the moment when the couple was making love.

After this incident, Sarah suddenly leaves Maurice without any explanation. Trying to uncover the mysterious reason for the breakup, he soon realizes that the end of their love was just the beginning.

Fatal Attraction (1987)

The psychological thriller received six Oscar nominations: Best Picture, Best Actress, Best Supporting Actress, Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Editing.

The film tells about the quiet life of successful lawyer Dan Galagher. But she is destined to remain like this only until the moment of his chance meeting with Alex Forest. Passionate sex with an interesting woman means nothing to Dan, but Alex thinks differently.

Piano (1993)

This sensual film won an Oscar for Best Actress for Holly Hunter and Best Screenplay for Jane Campion.

The piano is at the center of the story here. After getting married, he is taken with her to New Zealand by a woman named Ada. Her husband is not interested in his wife’s musical talent and only requires her to fulfill her marital duties. Soon a neighbor, George, comes to the rescue. He kindly offers to place the instrument in his home. Instead, he asks for only one thing – music lessons from Ada.

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)

The marriage of successful doctor Bill and his lover Alice begins to crack when Alice admits that she dreams of sex with someone else.

In an attempt to escape despair and understand himself, Bill goes on an amazing hallucinogenic journey through an elite nightclub. Step by step he approaches the revelation of his own essence.

Reader (2008)

At the 81st Academy Awards, Kate Winslet won the Best Actress nomination for her role as the illiterate Anna Schmitz.

The plot of the film is based on the relationship between young Michael and adult Anna. For some unknown reason, a young man is drawn to an adult woman, and a secret romance begins between them. The lovers spend days together, and from time to time the woman asks Michael to read books to her.

The film tells the story of the first love of fifteen-year-old high school student Adele, who meets artist Emma. Thus begins a love story between two women that develops over the course of five years.

Throughout the film, their love goes through all stages – from unexpected falling in love to inevitable separation. Candid scenes of lesbian love struck with their frankness and sincerity.

Boogie Nights (1997)

The film received three Oscar nominations: Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Original Screenplay.

The film is about a young guy named Eddie Adams, who dreamed of becoming a movie star like his idol Bruce Lee. One day, successful porn director Jack Horner finds out about the guy. Eddie performs brilliantly in his first film and becomes a real star. The guy’s career takes off, but the other side of fame soon reveals itself. This is Eddie’s first encounter with drugs.

Quills (2000)

The film, which tells the story of the notorious Marquis de Sade, received three Oscar nominations: Best Actor, Best Costume Design, Best Production Design and Set Decoration.

The provocative creativity of the Marquis revolutionized the fate of many people. He ironically mocks hypocrites and hypocrites according to all the rules of good taste and tone, forcing them to undress physically and emotionally.


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