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'Nymphomaniac': How The Cast Had Sex Without Really Having Sex - MTV
For a project that initially began as a joke—or so thought Charlotte Gainsbourg—Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac Volume I and Volume II easily became some of the most anticipated foreign films of the year. Kirsten and Charlotte want a really hardcore film, and I'm going to do my best. Gainsbourg and co-star Stacy Martin take turns at playing the older and younger Joe, a self-described nymphomaniac she doesn't go for the more P. At his home, Joe relates her travails as a sexualized youngster, an adolescent, and eventually a young adult.
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Charlotte Gainsbourg on baring all in 'Nymphomaniac'
Boyd van Hoeij. That said, quite a few actors seem to have chosen their profession as a way to overcome their shyness and Gainsbourg, the daughter of U. The London-born, Paris-based actress agreed to play Joe soon after giving birth to her third child with French actor-director Yvan Attal, incidentally also called Joe, in the summer of Joe is the titular nymphomaniac, who recounts her entire sinful sexual history to Seligman, played by Stellan Skarsgard, an intellectual, asexual and atheist Jew, which is then shown in flashbacks, with Franco-British newcomer Stacy Martin playing Joe as a teenager and young woman before Gainsbourg takes over. With all those digressions, the material was so rich that it was very exciting.
Director Lars von Trier would probably never admit to having something so conventional as a muse, but if he had one, it would be Charlotte Gainsbourg. She has appeared in his "Antichrist," "Melancholia" and, now, "Nymphomaniac: Vol. Much of her work involves going to uncomfortable places, including graphic sex scenes, mutilation, humiliation and more. Though, as she says in a recent interview, not all of that is her.