Emma Stone has defended the sex scenes in 'Poor Things'
Movie star Emma Stone has hit back at recent criticism of 'Poor Things'.
Emma Stone has defended the sex scenes in 'Poor Things'.
The 35-year-old actress plays Bella - a woman who is brought back to life using the brain of her unborn child - in the Yorgos Lanthimos-directed movie, and Emma has hit back at recent criticism of the film.
She told BBC Radio 4: "Bella is completely free and without shame about her body."
The Hollywood star insisted that she doesn't want to be "naked all the time". However, she also feels that it's an important element of the film.
Emma - who stars alongside Mark Ruffalo and Willem Dafoe - said: "So much of this was about being true to Bella's experience. It [the sex] is obviously a huge part of her experience and her growth, as it is, I think, for most people in life.
"But I see it as just one aspect of many - her discovery of food, philosophy, travel and dance. Sex is another aspect."