Skin I Live In, The
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- Pedro Almodóvar
Skin I Live In, The's Sexy Actresses
Actresses appearing nude or sexy in this ...
|Suárez, Blanca||1 Review|
|Anaya, Elena||2 Reviews|
Skin I Live In, The's Sexy Actors
Actors appearing nude or sexy in this ...
|Banderas, Antonio||2 Reviews|
|Álamo, Roberto||2 Reviews|
nudity reviews for Skin I Live In, The member submitted
Both Ms Suárez and fellow actress Ana Mena play the daughter of surgeon Antonio Banderas. Although Ms Mena is four years older, Ms Suárez's position in the cast implies she plays the grown-up version, who is raped at a party. Her breasts are exposed and her assailant sucks on them before she panics and tells him to stop; he doesn't and holds his hand over her mouth until she passes out. Afterwards, he replaces her bra and dress.
Ms Anaya plays the subject of a bizarre experiment being conducted by surgeon Antonia Banderas. There are numerous views of her breasts and several of her butt, including three sex scenes (one of which is a rape). For most of the rest of the film, she wears a close-fitting leotard, which has zipped panels allowing access to her breasts (a homage to Adrienne Corri's outfit in A Clockwork Orange?). Cloice eye candy.
Wlena Anaya shows boobs and bum throughout this film. The director also seems to have some kind of fixation about his female characters having their breasts chowed down on: Anaya has hers sucked on quite violently in both of her sex scenes.
Part of Butt
In the end of the movie,his character is killed on bed.He's naked,so we can see a quick scene of the part of his butt.Unfortunately we can see only it!Banderas still hot!!!
At first we can see part of his ass,after we can see his fat and ugly butt ( in my opinion) while making love with a woman!
Alamo plays a lowlife criminal who turns up at the home of surgeon Antonio Banderas. We see a little of his backside when he lowers his crowers to display a birthmark to his mother, then he strips naked to force himself upon Banderas' patient; his buttocks are visible both in 'real life' and via closed-circuit tv.