Nicolas Cage has 'the most humiliating' sex scene in Dream Scenario

Nicolas Cage's movie 'Dream Scenario" includes what he describes as "the most humiliating sex scene in the history of cinema".



Nicolas Cage features in an excruciating sex scene in Dream Scenario
Nicolas Cage features in an excruciating sex scene in Dream Scenario

Nicolas Cage's new movie features "the most humiliating" sex scene in cinematic history.

The 59-year-old actor features in the film 'Dream Scenario' as college professor Paul Matthews – a man who starts appearing in the dreams of other people around the world – and explained that it contains a toe-curling intimate scene.

Speaking at the Red Sea Film Festival, Nicolas said: "(It features) the most humiliating love scene in the history of cinema."

The 'Leaving Las Vegas' star explained that he could relate to his character's absurd situation in the picture because of his own relationship with stardom that has featured the online "memefication" of his acting.

Cage said: "I suffered from the memefication and my character suffers from the dreamification."

The 'National Treasure' star has had an eclectic acting career spanning over four decades and more than 100 films but he recently suggested that he plans to step away from making movies.

Nicolas told The Uproxx: "I feel that I've, at this point – after 45 years of doing this, that in over 100 movies – I feel I've pretty much said what I've had to say with cinema.

"And I'd like to leave on a high note and say, 'Adios'. I think I have to do maybe three or four more movies before I can get there, and then, hopefully, switch formats and go into some other way of expressing my acting."

Cage explained that he is going to be particularly selective about his next big screen projects as he wants to venture into television.

The Oscar-winning star said: "I mean, I am going to be very severe and very stringent on the selection process moving forward.

"But for me to another movie, I do want to explore other formats. I am very interested in immersion streaming with episodic television. I have seen things that can be done now with characters and the time they're given to express themselves.

"I saw Bryan Cranston stare at a suitcase for an hour for one episode of 'Breaking Bad'. We don't have to do that in a feature film, so maybe television is the next best step for me."