Greta Gerwig Explains Her Favorite Sex Scene From Start to Finish
Actress Greta Gerwig, who is one of the stars of W’s February 2016 issue, explains in great detail the moments that epitomize romantic love in “Don’t Look Now.”
Released on 1/5/2016
|Executive Producer:||Caroline Wolff|
Hands down is Don't Look Now. That's very sexy.
And because it's such a scary film,
and the sex scene is so extended and so glorious,
that it's, you feel like you're watching
something that you shouldn't.
That's very exciting, but for just sheer feeling of lust
and romance that you can't quite ever reach,
which is sorta the epitome of what I think
romantic love in films is,
in David Lean's movie, Brief Encounter,
and he's a doctor, and he's telling her
that what he's really interested in is studying
this certain kind of disease or something,
I forget exactly what it was,
but he's kinda going off on this tangent
about medicine and she's looking at him,
and she's got these big eyes, but she doesn't have a face
that immediately strikes you as beautiful.
One of the best things about the movie is that,
as the movie goes on, you really find her beauty.
She's watching him and he's telling her this,
and she just says, without even thinking about it,
she says, Oh, just now you looked like a little boy.
And he kinda, he says oh.
And then they both know, in that moment,
and she didn't even mean to say this,
and he doesn't know what to
and all of a sudden, it's over,
and they just both know it.
And it's like this horrible but beautiful moment of
they really saw each other
and it's sexy and innocent at the same time
because it's so unintentional
and by the time she says it, it's too late.
They're already in love.