Marriage can do terrible damage to the libido for the less imaginative of couples. The humdrum of life subtly taking over, missionary being the only option on the menu, or perhaps the kinkier of couples introducing a new friend, rubber or otherwise to their sex play. Forget your two position sexcapade, or schoolgirl fantasy. All you need here is a significant other with a checkered past and there you have it: sex just got interesting. We have two very contrasting sex scenes in this film. The first, a very loving moment between husband and wife which provides some context later.
Sign In. Edit A History of Violence Showing all 32 items. During an interview, Viggo Mortensen stated that during the shooting of the first bar scene with Ed Harris he could not stop laughing, and as a result, the scene had to be re-shot several times. Due to Viggo Mortensen's behavior, Ed Harris completed the scene without pants; he only wore his underwear, yet this cannot be seen as the bar table impedes our view. Thus, Viggo Mortensen had to act seriously while Ed Harris was not wearing any pants, and this is the scene that is used in the movie.
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At first glance, A History of Violence appears to be a more straightforward outing from David Cronenberg. Adapted from a graphic novel, the film plays with a classic noir conceit of a man whose past comes back to haunt him. It contains powerhouse performances from its two leads and revels in calculated moments of violence exploding out of coiled tension. The film follows Tom Stall Viggo Mortensen , an unassuming diner owner living in the small town of Millbrook, Indiana. He leads an idyllic life and has a loving family.