'The Dreamers' | 2003 | NC-17

<b>Box office:</b> $2,532,228<br>
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Bernardo Bertolucci -- the Italian director of the 1973 X-rated box office hit "Last Tango in Paris" -- enjoyed another success with 2003's arthouse drama "The Dreamers," which was rated NC-17 "for nudity and explicit sexuality." The film, based on Gilbert Adair's novel "The Holy Innocents," follows an American student (Michael Pitt, left) in Paris during the 1968 student riots. He falls in love and becomes sexually involved with a sister (Eva Green, right) and brother (Louis Garrel) who share an intimate, incestuous relationship.<br>
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<b>MORE:</b> <a href="http://articles.latimes.com/2004/apr/20/entertainment/et-dutka20" target="_blank">'The Dreamers': NC-17 comes out from hiding</a>
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Box office: $2,532,228

Bernardo Bertolucci -- the Italian director of the 1973 X-rated box office hit "Last Tango in Paris" -- enjoyed another success with 2003's arthouse drama "The Dreamers," which was rated NC-17 "for nudity and explicit sexuality." The film, based on Gilbert Adair's novel "The Holy Innocents," follows an American student (Michael Pitt, left) in Paris during the 1968 student riots. He falls in love and becomes sexually involved with a sister (Eva Green, right) and brother (Louis Garrel) who share an intimate, incestuous relationship.

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