VIDEO: Fans believe scene where Barry Keoghan licked Jacob Elordi's cum out of a bath tub drain in cum eating scene of Saltburn is real KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Monday, December 25, 2023

VIDEO: Fans believe scene where Barry Keoghan licked Jacob Elordi's cum out of a bath tub drain in cum eating scene of Saltburn is real

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Fans believe scene where Barry Keoghan licking Jacob Elordi's cum out of a bath drain in cum eating scene of Saltburn is real.

Consider No Hard Feelings, Jennifer Lawrence’s latest comedy flick about a broke 32-year-old woman who agrees to date a wealthy couple's awkward 19-year-old son. In one scene, Lawrence’s character, Maddie, delivers a spectacularly funny performance as her character goes skinny dipping in a bid to seduce her teenage project, Percy.

Barry Keoghan confirms his penis is real in ‘SALTBURN’.

“It totally felt right. It's ownership. This is my place. It's full confidence in, ‘I can do what I want in this manor.’”

"A walkthrough didn't have that post-coital triumph," she said. "If we all did our job correctly, you are on Oliver's side. "You don't care what he does, you want him to do it. You are both completely repulsed and sort of on his side. It's that kind of dance with the devil. It's like, 'F---. Okay, let's go.' And so at the end, it needed to have a triumph, a post-coital win, a desecration."

At first, seeing full-frontal nudity on the big screen can feel jarring. It’s simply not a common sight, with the majority of films merely suggesting or gesturing towards the naked body. Well, all that is changing. Because in addition to Saltburn, there have been several major films throwing subtlety out the window when it comes to the humble birthday suit. Celebrating the human form in all its bare, wobbly glory, these scenes are rewriting the narrative that tells us our bodies are shameful and should be hidden.

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