The Australian actress is no stranger to nudity in her movies.
She often chooses provocative roles and is fearless in exposing her body and her emotions on camera.
Her role in the disturbing The Killing Of A Sacred Deer marks one of her forays into psychological horror. Kidman and Farrell play a married couple whose lives take a terrifying turn when they befriend a troubled young man.
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The sex scene is a moment of relief from the eerie building terror and tension.
Kidman turned 50 this year, but remains one of the great big screen sirens and shows of her sensational figure as she whips off her bra and rolls around seductively on the bed.
She also beguiled audiences in the smash hit TV series BIg Little Lies, playing another beautiful but tormented wife.
The Killing Of A Sacred Deer is the latest movie from writer/director Yorgos Lanthimos.
Colin Farrell and Nicole Kidman star alongside Barry Keoghan as the terrifying young man, with Alicia Silverstone as his mother.
Farrell is a surgeon and Keoghan plays the son of a patient who died on his operating table who exacts a cruel and horrifying revenge on his family.
Kidman is no stranger to controversial sex and nude scenes in her movies.
In 2004 there wa san uproar when she shared a bath with a 10-year-old boy in the movie Birth.
Eight years later she hit headlines after the release of The Paperboy. The star claimed she did not even remember shooting some of the sex scenes until the movie came out. One particular scene invloved her character urinating on co-star Zac Efron.