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Is there any movie where the actors actually engaged in the actions their characters perform on screen?

In the 1976 film "Alice in Wonderland," actors Kristine DeBell and Alan Novak engaged in actual on-screen intimacy, making it one of the rare instances where actors have gone beyond simulated scenes.

Director Gaspar Noé's 2013 film "Love" utilizes 3D technology to show explicit sex scenes, creating a unique viewing experience that blurs the line between reality and simulation.

In the 2008 drama "Little Ashes," actor Robert Pattinson's character masturbates on-screen, a scene that generated significant attention due to its explicit nature.

The 2003 film "The Brown Bunny" features a real-life sexual act between actors Vincent Gallo and Chloe Sevigny, further pushing the boundaries of what is shown on-screen.

In Michael Winterbottom's 2004 film "9 Songs," all sex scenes were unsimulated, featuring real-life couples having intercourse.

The film was uncut in the UK but heavily edited for release in the US.

Although the actors in Lars von Trier's 2013 film "Nymphomaniac" did not engage in sexual acts themselves, pornographic actors were used as body doubles for explicit scenes.

Director Abel Ferrara's 1992 film "Bad Lieutenant" features a scene where actor Harvey Keitel's character appears to masturbate while watching two women have sex in a car.

In the 2004 film "The dreamers," directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, there are scenes of real nudity and simulated sexual acts; however, no actual sexual intercourse took place.

Despite rumors, there is no evidence to suggest that actors Halle Berry and Billy Bob Thornton had unsimulated sex in the 2000 film "Monster's Ball."

In the 1970 film "Beyond the Valley of the Dolls," there are simulated sex scenes and nudity, but no instances of actual on-screen intercourse.

The 1972 Swedish film "Le boucher," directed by Claude Chabrol, includes a scene that suggests actual sexual intercourse between two characters.

However, it is heavily implied rather than explicitly shown.

In Lars von Trier's 1998 film "The Idiots," some unsimulated sex scenes were included, but the film was banned from being screened in various countries due to its explicit content.

The 1984 film "9 1/2 Weeks" contains simulated sex scenes and nudity, but no actual sexual intercourse occurs on-screen.

Despite popular belief, the infamous shower scene in the 1960 film "Psycho" does not show any explicit nudity or sexual acts.

Actress Janet Leigh wore a flesh-colored bodysuit for the scene.

In the 2016 film "Free Fire," while there is a large amount of nudity shown, all sex scenes are simulated, and no instances of actual sexual intercourse happen throughout the film.

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