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Seven Dirtiest Movie Sex Scenes (NSFW)

Every now and then, it's healthy to take a break. And with political shenanigans likely at a high this week, we're honoring the art of escapism and offering up seven sexy silverscreen moments that will serve as a valuable distraction.

Presented without commentary (because, really, who needs it?), here are the seven dirtiest movie sex scenes we could dig up out of our mental archives. Let us know if we missed any in the comments section.

7. Maggie Gyllenhaall and James Spader in The Secretary.

6. Naomi Watts and Laura Harring in Mulholland Drive.

5. Angelina Jolie and Ethan Hawke in Taking Lives.

4. Kirsten Dunst has sex in the bathroom and takes a phone call in Bachelorette.

3. Halle Berry and Billy Bob Thornton in Monster's Ball.

2. Kirsten Dunst in Melancholia.

1. Sharon Stone and Michael Douglass in Basic Instinct.

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