The star of “Game of thrones” has explained the importance of sex and nudity in movies

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Natalie Tormentato: Stephen Lock / Globallookpress.com

Actress Natalie Dormer, known for playing Margaery Tyrell in the TV series “Game of thrones”, responded to the criticism of the film “the Invisible man” in which he co-wrote the script and played the main role. The tape was accused of excessive nudity and romanticizing of sadism, reports The Guardian.

36-year-old Dormer said that sexuality plays an important role in the atmosphere of a Thriller. “In the end, we all have a body. In the film there is a sex scene which I would call a love scene is a metaphor for how my character close to the hero ed Skrein. Nudity is fine it shows,” — said the actress.

She noted that the shower scene in which her character appears naked also reveals the character — the audience can see her tattooed body and realize that she is not what she seems.

“Invisible” tells the story of a blind girl, Sofia (Dormer), who becomes an unwitting witness to the murder of the daughter of a dangerous international criminal. Directed by Anthony Byrne, written together with Dormer script pattern. The film also starred Emily Ratajkowski, joely Richardson and James Cosmo.

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