Have you ever watched any movie with a really sexy character?

ZeroLimit

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Like every time you remind about her performnce, you immediately get hard :)
I want somethhing daring & wild :yes:. And I want the actress to be sexy because of her character developpement mainly rather than her physical beauty.

I need it to develop my "sexiest chick" character. I'm gonna use it as reference. So, please share your experience :cool:. Thanks!

Have a great day and stay blessed :thumbsup:
 

ZeroLimit

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I don't get the point of your question .
I'm sorry my question was not clear enough for you. So let me add few details.

Do you want to write an interesting female character?
An AROUSING female character to be clear.
As I told, the sexiest chick. I want her to be attractive to almost all men she meets in te movie.. A kind of "femme fatale". So, this is the kind of character I wanna write and I need a reference to do so. This is the point of my question.

I hope this make sense to you now. Let me know.

Thanks!
 
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BBfilms

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A) there is no woman who is attractive to all people
and
B) don't, just simply don't - women don't exist to be sex symbols for men and that kind of sexist writing is the quickest way to secure yourself as a wannabe and trust me in this day and age it really doesn't fly
 

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Like every time you remind about her performnce, you immediately get hard :)
I want somethhing daring & wild :yes:. And I want the actress to be sexy because of her character developpement mainly rather than her physical beauty.

I need it to develop my "sexiest chick" character. I'm gonna use it as reference. So, please share your experience :cool:. Thanks!

Have a great day and stay blessed :thumbsup:
what is your films target demographic ?

misogyny aside sex does sell
 

pedramyz

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An AROUSING female character to be clear.
As I told, the sexiest chick. I want her to be attractive to almost all men she meets in te movie.. A kind of "femme fatale". So, this is the kind of character I wanna write and I need a reference to do so.
You don't need a reference. Just write in your script that she is attractive and that all the men in your story find her attractive.
 
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ZeroLimit

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A) there is no woman who is attractive to all people
and
B) don't, just simply don't - women don't exist to be sex symbols for men and that kind of sexist writing is the quickest way to secure yourself as a wannabe and trust me in this day and age it really doesn't fly
Who said there is a woman attractive to all women? And who said women exist to be sex symbols for men? Not me for sure. So, I don't understand why you are complaiming.

What does a sexy girl character writing as to do with "sexism"?
Please, don't create a useless debate on this thread. I'm not here to do fucking SJW - I have no time to lose. I have a job to do and I'm doing my best to do it right.

I haven't lunched this thread for you to rate my goal. I hope you'll help me archieve it instead. So please, if you have no movie to list, just let others do it. Okay? :)
You're acting as if there are "cinema rules" every film maker is supposed to follow. A film maker has to tell an entertaining story to his audience. That's it!
You don't know who is my audience nor what the story is about. Still you're trying to stop me :huh:
Thanks anyway :cool:
 

ZeroLimit

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You don't need a reference...
Of course I do. I'm not a woman. So how can I figure out what a woman does to be attractive? Impossible - at least for me. So yes, I do need a reference.
It's not too late. You can still list a movie :)
Thanks!
 
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BBfilms

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Who said there is a woman attractive to all women? And who said women exist to be sex symbols for men? Not me for sure. So, I don't understand why you are complaiming.

What does a sexy girl character writing as to do with "sexism"?
Please, don't create a useless debate on this thread. I'm not here to do fucking SJW - I have no time to lose. I have a job to do and I'm doing my best to do it right.

I haven't lunched this thread for you to rate my goal. I hope you'll help me archieve it instead. So please, if you have no movie to list, just let others do it. Okay? :)
You're acting as if there are "cinema rules" every film maker is supposed to follow. A film maker has to tell an entertaining story to his audience. That's it!
You don't know who is my audience nor what the story is about. Still you're trying to stop me :huh:
Thanks anyway :cool:
yes because us actresses just love to know we make you 'immediately hard' its what we live for and we just jump at the chance of a role where we can be an empty object for your boners wildest desire :rolleyes:

writing a character to be a 'sexy chick' is just ignorant and outdated, what makes a person 'arousing' or 'attractive' to someone is completely individual to each persons taste not a universal thing women just are and no women is a femme fatale attractive to 'almost' all men, both men and women deserve more credit than that... here a novel thought, write a GOOD female character the same way you would write a male character full of unique real personal traits and let her personality appeal to those who like those personal attributes and unless this is porn leave your erection out of it otherwise you writing will be as laughable as '50 shades of gray'

also no back peddling now what you said was extremely sexist and offensive, the fact you cant see that leads me to believe you are either shockingly blind to the modern world or have the mentality of a 13 year old whose just discovered playboy for the first time
 

ZeroLimit

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yes because us actresses just love to know we make you 'immediately hard' its what we live for and we just jump at the chance of a role where we can be an empty object for your boners wildest desire :rolleyes:

writing a character to be a 'sexy chick' is just ignorant and outdated, what makes a person 'arousing' or 'attractive' to someone is completely individual to each persons taste not a universal thing women just are and no women is a femme fatale attractive to 'almost' all men, both men and women deserve more credit than that... here a novel thought, write a GOOD female character the same way you would write a male character full of unique real personal traits and let her personality appeal to those who like those personal attributes and unless this is porn leave your erection out of it otherwise you writing will be as laughable as '50 shades of gray'

also no back peddling now what you said was extremely sexist and offensive, the fact you cant see that leads me to believe you are either shockingly blind to the modern world or have the mentality of a 13 year old whose just discovered playboy for the first time
Lol. At least she is funny.
Ok. Thank you very much MY LADY for your contribution. Have a great day!
 

pedramyz

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Of course I do. I'm not a woman. So how can I figure out what a woman does to be attractive? Impossible - at least for me. So yes, I do need a reference.
It's not too late. You can still list a movie :)
I think the problem is you are not giving us enough clues to help you with this :

I want the actress to be sexy because of her character developpement mainly rather than her physical beauty.
Then you say this :

An AROUSING female character to be clear.
As I told, the sexiest chick. I want her to be attractive to almost all men she meets in te movie.. A kind of "femme fatale".
Then :

I'm not a woman. So how can I figure out what a woman does to be attractive?
This one isn't really relevant to what you've previously asked.

So there is some ambiguity to what you're looking for exactly. Are you expecting your character to become more and more attractive as she goes through a certain journey? or do you want your character to be attractive from the get go? If the former is your goal then you need to give us more information about your story, if the latter is what you're going for, then you can describe her as someone attractive and later on you can show all men in your story finding her attractive through their dialogues, descriptions, reactions,... .
 
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ZeroLimit

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This one isn't really relevant to what you've previously asked.

So there is some ambiguity to what you're looking for exactly. Are you expecting your character to become more and more attractive as she goes through a certain journey? or do you want your character to be attractive from the get go? If the former is your goal then you need to give us more information about your story, if the latter is what you're going for, then you can describe her as someone attractive and later on you can show all men in your story finding her attractive through their dialogues, descriptions, reactions,... .
Sorry for confusing you. Here are few more details.

I aldreay wrote how attractive she is. Now, what I need to start doing is writing scenes that develop that part of her so the audience can clearly see & feel it.
I'm gonna take an example. So, in "bound", a movie directed by The Wachowski Brothers, there is a women called Violet. She is just "wow" and everyone in the movie (men & women) just fell for her. Every single thing she does develop this part of her (the way she speaks, the way she walks, the way she stares at people, the way she dresses… everything)
This is the kind of character I want and now I need to write down all those details.
Of course I can just use that character (Violet) as inspiration to write mine. But it would be so much better to have few more inspirations. This way, I can see the character from many angles. I think It's better!

So, I need more movies with characters like Violet. I hope I made it clear enough for you. Let me know.
Many thanks again!
 

WalterB

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1) Don't complain about complaints when your first line of text sounds like a dry humper.

2) Writing that like that seems to show you need start to observe the world with your upperbrain.

Seriously: I'm partly joking and partly not.
It takes empathy and a sense of nuance to see and imagine the subtleness that can complete your character. Just going in with blazing guns will result in a flat sexist character that was clearly written by a man as a fantasy for men.

I'm sure you can do better than that.

BBfilms was not trying to stop you. She was pointing you towards some valid points that can save you from terrible writing.
The 'at least she is funny' is also not cool. Watch more movies: it is a bully line.
I'm sure you can also do better than that.

There must be women you've met that you found attractive and not just for their physique, but also how they talk, laugh, think, move. Make her human.

The Desperado scene shows a few things:
- yes, she looks good, at least to me, but that is not the (whole) point
- the way she dresses fits the location, yet is kind of 'sexy cool'
- it is the car crash that indications that other men are distracted by her (she did not do anything)
- she ignores the cat callers.
Conclusion:
independant, confident woman

- she looks down 'shy' for a moment: subtle not subtle flirting (yet it serves the purpose to contrast with her surprised and fearfull expression as well when she sees the guns)
- she is not in shock and helps Antonio.
Conclusion:
independant, confident woman, but not 'cold' and she has seen blood before.
Conclusion 2:
attractiveness to a person is shown through actions by others.

The character you are looking for does depend on the context of the script. You can make it hyperbolic insane and let cars crash in every scene.
Or is it not about being wanted by everyone?
If just one person needs to fall in love with her it is not just about her, but about chemistry.
In that aspect I thought that the moment when Cruise and Cruz (read this aloud ;) ) fall in love in Vanilla Sky was something I could really feel in my heart. (Sounds cheesy, I don't remember how the scene(s) go, but I do remember I believed the chemistry.)

Watch Lurmann's Romeo + Juliet for the cute scene where they see each other for the first time. It's about chemistry. Not just the actions of 1 person.

Or are you looking for someone who is manipulatively teasing? (For whatever reason.)
Or becoming more confident? (Or evolving from 'wall flower' to 'prom queen'?)

Watch 'Girl with the Pearl Earring' with Scarlett Johanson.
Not just because I think she has a beautiful face.
No, look at how there is chemistry and tension between her and Vermeer (the Dutch painter). (Can't say more without spoiling stuff.)

All the examples above are not 'Violet', but I think it is helpful to study more than just one kind of character type to be able to write better. Characters and relations show through actions between them will define them.
 

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