I don't know if this is better or not, maybe, but it's a second HD version of
Rachel Wood's nude scene, taken from a different source. Samples below
While we're on this topic:
"This has been bugging me since I first started reading about it. I gotta
complain to SOMEBODY. And the fact is, my Priest really wouldn't give a shit. So
you seem to be the next logical person, since you make your living off this sort
It just drives me crazy whenever Evan Rachel Wood's nude scene in Mildred Pierce
is referred to as "full frontal" as you did on your splash page this morning.
Every single article mentioning her reluctance to do the scene states that she
wore a merkin when she filmed it.
Sorry, but a merkin ain't full frontal nudity, is it? Basically we are seeing a
furry thong covering her coochie. It ain't her, it's the work of the prop
department. Full frontal nudity means we're seeing whatever god or mother nature
put between her legs, right? This isn't god's handiwork. She does have a
delightful ass, though.
Speaking of merkins, do we have any idea if Kate Winslett's earlier bush flash
was Kate's bush or another merkin? I'm guessing that since Kate normally
requires that she appears naked in all her films, she was probably a trooper
enough to grow her own, but do we know for sure?
Inquiring minds want to know."
Well, I look at it this way. HBO was trying to make all
the details of the period as realistic as possible. Therefore, they could not
have Rachel strutting around with a shaved crotch, since women didn't do that in
the 1930s. So I guess our option was for her to tape on a few pubes or not do
the scene at all. Given those choices, I vote for the merkin.
I look at it this way: that show got Rachel to break her
resistance. Maybe now she'll do the same thing in a modern-era scene, and we can
all see the real McCoy.
I don't know about Winslet, but she seems like the kind of
woman who would go natural. She's naked in nearly every movie, and a lot of
those films take place in the past, so I suppose she has to stay prepared.