• Al Pacino’s character is offered a night by Elizabeth Berkley’s escort character about 26 minutes in. They are shown later (clearly post sex). Berkeley is shown in the latter scene in a thong from behind. Her breasts are also fully visible as the scene closes.
  • At a party, Shark tells Beamen that “blowjobs are upstairs” and if you want it, “follow the flesh.” It is implied most of the women at the party are prostitutes.
  • Naked while male with semi erect penis clearly seen from the side.
  • Explicit full frontal male nudity of black male with bent penis being objectified by by smiling fully clothed female owner male who stares at his penis as she approaches him to shake his hand in well lit locker room.
  • In A Scene At A Party Some Naked Woman Are Shown Their Breasts Are Clearly Visible Though The Scene Is Very Short
  • There are three locker room scenes which contain naked players. Two of them include frontal nudity–once in the showers in the background, once in the foreground as the player shakes hands with the female owner.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


“Any given Sunday” – this is a real film. Wolong / sleepbug once considered it as the closing film of last year’s sports film week, because it is the greatest and most shocking sports film in history, but it was not released in the end because it is too real – the game is real, the players are real, and the TV broadcast is real, The operation of the club is real, the use of drugs and exciting drugs is real, the dark scenes are real, and even the scandal is real. Except for a league fictitious by Oliver Stone himself, everything in this film is a replica of the American Football League

The cast is also strong – two old characters, Al Pacino and Dennis Quaid, plus Cameron Diaz and Jimmy fox, which may even envy idol films with a pile of stars as chips

In Oliver Stone’s hands, the film has become a legend with its authenticity and shock

The film includes all the ugly things that may appear in the professional football world – taking stimulants, team doctors lying about injuries, managers changing team tactics and playing personnel without the advice of coaches, cunning rabbits and running dogs abandoning meritorious heroes and relying on emerging young players to attract attention, and behind the scenes transactions between the team and the city government, Players are addicted to money or unsustainable life… Everyone in the team, the head coach, managers and players learn to mature with all the storms experienced by the team and find that life is like a game. If they don’t work hard, don’t know how to move forward side by side with their teammates, and can’t learn to sacrifice, they will always be replaced by people stronger and younger than themselves, Only like what Al Pacino’s coach Tony said before the final showdown, can we win the final victory by playing inch by inch and fighting hard with his teammates. Not everyone can learn this lesson. Only through failure can we understand these lessons

The film’s handling of the game scenes can be called a classic. Films with the theme of fierce ball games often find it difficult to balance the fierce game scenes with the performance of the players’ own behaviors and expressions, but Oliver Stone skillfully uses the combination of fast and slow movements to make the audience feel the threatening atmosphere on the court, It can also have an insight into the inner world of each player during the game, and form a contrast with the high-speed rhythm of the game by adding different soundtracks to the game scene. In the scene where Billy Weiman played by Jimmy fox goes to the coach’s home to talk with the coach at the dinner table, the tension effect of high-speed rhythm formed by the continuous switching of the dinner table, blue sky, stadium and Classic Racing clips of the film Ben Hur is in contrast to the originally calm conversation, so as to hint at the psychological struggle between the two sides

In general, whether in terms of sports or film, this is a great film

“On any given Sunday you’re gonna win or lose; but you have to win or lose like a man…”

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