I've found a digital clip of my "sex choreography" in the movie Bound from a French fan!
I have no idea who "Nemesis the Unicorn" is, but this footage was originally censorred in the US Theatrical version. It's now thankfully is in its original form on the DVD. Don't ever bother watching a U.S. VHS edition, because it is significantly altered.
I wrote a story about how I came to meet Andy and Larry Wachowski, and work on their script, which will give you the fingertip-by-fingertip details!
This particular scene you're looking at was painstakingly shot; it took more time than any part of the film, including all the criminal violence stutns. This bedroom scene isn't improvised— this wasn't Jennifer and Gina just "going for it."
But they were so patient at taking our direction, that it looks seamless and just as authentic as I hoped for.
You can also listen to us talk about all this in the "directors' commentary" feature of the DVD. Our dialogue was one of the first director's commentaries every recorded— originally for a LaserDisc, if you can remember those brief days!
By now, post-Matrix, fans know the W.'s penchant for technology. They were keen to produce special features for a LaserDisk, because it had barely been done at the time.
The actors—Jen, Gina, and Joey— weren't sure they wanted to be part of the commentary, so in the beginning, you only hear me, Andy, Larry, and the film's editor talking.
The actors arrived sequentially late, each according to their billing at the time: first Joey, then Gina, and finally Jennifer. All appeared as if by accident. Each one ordered an even more outrageous food/drink order, as if they knew what the other one had ordered previously, and had to top it. Call me sheltered, but I had never seen this kind of glam-pecking-order in action. Larry and Andy kept to American beer. If I'd known I could order caviar, creamcheese, and champagne, I would have been happy to out-diva everyone.
Bound is memorable erotica because of the script, because of our life experiences and dedication to getting this right. We are not nearly as cute as J. and G., nor could we take direction half as well, but in this case, it's the writing magic and storyboard design that makes the sparks fly. I based this sex scene on my own lesbian life at the time, and an old unheralded porn movie (3AM) by Robert McCallum that starred real dyke lovers and gave me some great ideas that I figured we could (barely) make R-rated.