The net result is that everything depends on what a person desires. Besides, human opinions are subjective.
The aspect of morality seems to be much more interesting for analysis. What should be mentioned first is that our society is full of stereotypes. Society really loves to create stereotypes. What is more, stereotypes feed our society. Finally, stereotypes make up public opinion. So what is the widest spread one about actors? A woman will never build up a successful career of an actress unless she agrees to behave immorally.
Such a position may actually presuppose anything. A lot of people believe that the only way to be cast for the part is to start sexual relationships with a reputed film producer. The competition is too high, that is why it is not enough just to have talent. Gossips about celebrities are incredibly popular. Magazines make fortunes of the latest celebrity news. It does not matter that major part of these rumors are far from being real. Public likes it. Another source of stereotypes is frustrated actors. “I failed to achieve success because my producer had asked for too much” – it is a common story, isn’t it?
It is certainly wrong to assume that modern cinematography is a paragon of virtue. It is also a rhetoric question if art has a moral value. Thus, filmmaking industry has always been associated with erotica. Even some of the oldest films of the early 20th century may demonstrate this (See the YouTube video). What shall we then say about our time?
Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, one of the latest films by Robert Rodríguez, may be a good example. Eva Green, playing the role of the main villainess, is worthy to be paid attention to. Eva’s fans know that almost every film the actress acts in may contain more or less explicit scenes. The mentioned film was not an exception. A lot of people believe it is a ground to accuse her of being dissolute. It is possible to