ByEric Eisenberglast updated
The Ben Affleck-Ana De Armas thriller arrives Friday.
Sex is a notably repeating theme in the filmography of Adrian Lyne. While the subject isn’t a focus of movies like Flashdance and Jacob’s Ladder, it is front-and-center in erotic thrillers and dramas the director has been making since the mid-1980s – including 9½ Weeks,Fatal Attraction, Indecent Proposal, the 1997 remake of Lolita, and Unfaithful.
Lyne’s latest, Deep Water, is both his return to the genre and the first feature he’s made in 20 years – and speaking with him this week about the new film, I took the opportunity to ask him for his thoughts on how Hollywood’s treatment of sex has changed since the early years of his career.
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