A series of actors have to pay dearly for hot scenes


Not only physically exhausted, many actors are also psychologically affected and traumatized for a long time after filming hot scenes. Even the career collapsed, being turned away by the audience.

Not only physically exhausted, many actors are also psychologically affected and traumatized for a long time after filming hot scenes. Even the career collapsed, being turned away by the audience.

Hot scenes are always a challenge for filmmakers when the line between artistic and objectionable is very thin.

Hot scenes are considered an important material of cinema, many filmmakers love to exploit, but when the film is reacted, the person who bears the biggest criticism is the actor.

Many actors who experience hot scenes suffer from psychological trauma, severely affecting both physically and mentally. When the hot scene was reacted, the actor had to stand in the middle of the storm of public opinion, some people lost their entire career.

Exhausted physically, obsessed mentally

After the success of many hot films, the behind-the-scenes of the film made the audience “severely shocked”.

Actress Léa Seydoux, the female lead of “Blue Is The Warmest Color” (Blue is a hot color – 2013) once shared “haunting memories” when filming sensitive scenes.

Léa once said on television that she and her co-star Adèle Exarchopoulos had to spend 10 days going back and forth about 100 times for a “hot” scene that was only about 7 minutes long when filming.

The actress confessed that she found herself “cheap” and like a “prostitute” when she had to constantly be naked for many hours in front of the production team.

Although famous after the role, Léa Seydoux still shared that this was a terrible memory, which not only made her tired during filming but also affected her psyche. Léa did not dare to take on any sensitive scenes after that for a while.

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As revealed by the two female leads, director Abdellatif Kechiche’s fastidiousness made filming a bad past, making her obsessed and unable to take on sensitive scenes for a long time. Photo: AFP

Not only female actors, male actors also suffered a lot when filming “hot scenes”.

For them, the hot scene is also haunting, not to mention causing a lot of “bad crying and laughing” consequences behind the scenes, for example, “the upper and lower told me not to listen” when facing female co-stars.

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In the movie “Sacred, Precious”, actor Luong Trieu Vy had to take many protective measures that caused frustration, affecting his health, just because of the hot scene. Photo: Xinhua

Influence career, being turned away by the audience

In the history of cinema, many actors/actresses were turned away and criticized by the audience for hot scenes such as Thang Duy, Song Ji Hyo, Eiko Matsuda…

One of the most controversial 18+ works on the Chinese screen – “Sac, Gender” was once the most discussed topic in 2006-2007. This is also a “double-edged sword” for the life of the female lead Thang Duy.

After the movie, Thang Duy became the most mentioned name in the media. There have been many compliments for her acting. Many people admire the sacrifice and incarnation of the 28-year-old girl for Ang Lee’s film.

However, under the harsh eyes of Chinese public opinion, Tang Wei is a “criminal” who has disgraced traditional culture, with a wave of violent boycotts everywhere.

The actress was also shunned by her lover and family. He also received an embargo from the State Administration of Film, Television and Radio of China (SARFT) for a while.

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Tang Duy used to suffer because of filming hot scenes in “Sacred, Gender” 2006. Photo: Xinhua

Following “Sacred, Gender”, two years later, “Song Hoa Diem” debuted to Asian audiences and quickly became a media focus.

Despite the success with more than 3 million tickets sold, “Song Hoa Diem” also received many mixed opinions because of its sensitive content and too many “hot scenes”. From a pure goddess, Song Ji Hyo was turned away by the public.

At that time, many viewers thought that after so many lackluster supporting roles, Song Ji Hyo was greedy, ready to take off her clothes on the screen to be famous once.

Song Ji Hyo was criticized and ostracized for a long time.

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Song Ji Hyo was ostracized by the audience for changing her image from a good girl to an objectionable, erotic one. Photo: naver


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