#9: JULIETTE BINOCHE AND LENA OLIN IN THE UNBEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING (1988)
Oh, the things women will do for the sake of art. Olin’s character, a photographer, convinces Binoche to disrobe and allow herself to be photographed in the buff. Binoche then sprawls out on a couch. To get, umm, tighter shots, Olin straddles her model and massages her derriere—it’s art, after all. We’d attend one of Olin’s exhibitions anytime.