T here's a scene in the latest Sarah Polley film, Take This Waltz , where Michelle Williams and Sarah Silverman shower with their ageing water aerobics class in a gangly soup of bellies and pubes and shampoo. It is not like most female nude scenes — it's brightly lit, it shows a variety of body shapes, and its purpose is not to titillate. And yet this scene is discussed in every review, in every interview. Where a traditionally attractive woman's body would have been dismissed, plot-wise, as background music, a saggier breast must stand for something. It must be discussed with studied detachment. The New Yorker saw the shower scene's display of "pudgy corpulence" as an arrow towards the film's underlying theme — that "though everyone is beautiful, some are more beautiful than others", while the New York Times said this single scene of nudity shows that, "young flesh will age; old flesh was once young; time wins in the end". Never is it not mentioned.
Sarah Silverman has admitted that she's not looking forward to seeing her nude scene in Take This Waltz. The actress recently joked to reporters that she actually "overgroomed" in preparation to strip down for director Sarah Polley's comedy. It was very supportive, and you forget it once you do it, but the morning leading up to it, I overgroomed," Silverman said, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
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The actress and comedian has recalled the 'brutal' and uncomfortable experience from an unnamed comedy movie. The actress - who deals with issues of rape and trauma in her stand-up material - has insisted she never takes it lightly because of her own disturbing experiences. Speaking to radio DJ Howard Stern, Sarah admitted the scene was "brutal" and involved "an extra" simulating sex against her. She said: "I've had experiences in my life I had a brutal sex scene in something that [before] I was looking around going, 'Is there gonna be a board or something between us? It hurt to walk for days However, no obstruction was placed between Sarah and her co-star, who was "completely naked" for the uncomfortable scene.