Actress Mila Kunis says she puts in as much effort as possible into intimate scenes because she wants them to look convincing on screen, but doesn’t find herself sexy.
“I’m not good at sexy. But there are so many women on the big screen who are so false you just don’t buy it,” Kunis told The Times newspaper.
“There’s nothing about them that you believe. It feels so put on. You can feel them mugging for the camera. It’s like their face is raping me, so I know I don’t want to do that,” she added.
The 28-year-old leads a grounded life and credits it to her humble background, reports contactmusic.com.
“I’ve been doing this [acting] since I was nine. It didn’t happen overnight, so I like to think I’m not in a bubble. I live a very normal life. My two best friends: one’s a dentist, one’s a teacher. We talk every single day. They’re not in this industry, we all grew up poor, we all fully understand the value of a dollar,” she said.
Talking about the after effects of fame, she said: “I’ve seen it (fame) eat people alive. It happens often. I think people lose sight of themselves because of what they do. What I do is not who I am.”