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Regrets: Andie MacDowell, pictured at the Saint Laurent Womenswear Spring / Summer 2020 show this month, said she regrets not having appeared in movies before

Andie MacDowell, 61, reveals that she is sorry she hadn't disappeared on the screen before in her career … after she first uncovered everything last year

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Andie MacDowell wishes she had been undressed in films earlier.

The 61-year-old actress completely threw her clothes away for 2017 & # 39; Love After Love & # 39 ;, when she was 60, and although she & # 39; proud & # 39; is when they & # 39; opportunities & # 39; still takes in her career, does not regret filming a nude scene in her 20s to show her children that they should never feel “shame about their bodies”.

Andie – who has Justin, 33, Rainey, 29 and 24-year-old Sarah with ex-husband Paul Qualley – told the i newspaper: & i'm proud of myself. It shows that I am still developing and ready to take risks. I should probably have taken off (everything) in my twenties.

Regrets: Andie MacDowell, pictured at the Saint Laurent Womenswear Spring / Summer 2020 show this month, said she regrets not having appeared in movies before

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Regrets: Andie MacDowell, pictured at the Saint Laurent Womenswear Spring / Summer 2020 show this month, said she regrets not having appeared in movies before

& # 39; I grew up in a conservative family and in my generation most actresses rented body double for those scenes. But I woke up to what the human body is, and I didn't want my children to feel shame about their bodies in their actions. & # 39;

The Green Card star admitted earlier that she was grateful for the film director, Russell Harbaugh, who was so reassuring and at ease with the intimate scene.

She explained: & # 39; I took off my clothes and said, "What do you think?" He kept saying, "You are so beautiful, oh that is beautiful, that is beautiful", it made me calm.

& # 39; Although there is nudity throughout the movie, it has been done in such an artistic way that it makes the story much richer because you just feel like you are watching the lives of these people. & # 39 ;

Andie said to the i-newspaper: & I am proud of myself. It shows that I am still evolving and ready to take risks & # 39; s & # 39;

Andie said to the i-newspaper: & I am proud of myself. It shows that I am still evolving and ready to take risks & # 39; s & # 39;

Andie said to the i-newspaper: & I am proud of myself. It shows that I am still evolving and ready to take risks & # 39; s & # 39;

Andie said to the i-newspaper: & I am proud of myself. It shows that I am still evolving and ready to take risks & # 39; s & # 39;

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Andie said to the i-newspaper: & I am proud of myself. It shows that I am still evolving and ready to take risks & # 39; s & # 39;

And Andie insisted there was nothing objective about the film, because it was just the & # 39; real & # 39; life pictured.

She said: & I think that women have been used quite often in films as an object for men. Nudity in this film feels human and comparable in the way male and female bodies are portrayed.

& # 39; The shapes and the shapes and how we lay on the bed. It is shown as real and a part of life. & # 39;

At ease: she (in the photo in 1989) previously admitted that she was grateful to the film director, Russell Harbaugh, who was so reassuring and put her at ease with the intimate scene

At ease: she (in the photo in 1989) previously admitted that she was grateful to the film director, Russell Harbaugh, who was so reassuring and put her at ease with the intimate scene

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At ease: she (in the photo in 1989) previously admitted that she was grateful to the film director, Russell Harbaugh, who was so reassuring and put her at ease with the intimate scene

Classical: Andie with co-stars Mary Stuart Masterson, Drew Barrymore and director Jonathan Kaplan on the set of Bad Girls

Classical: Andie with co-stars Mary Stuart Masterson, Drew Barrymore and director Jonathan Kaplan on the set of Bad Girls

Classical: Andie with co-stars Mary Stuart Masterson, Drew Barrymore and director Jonathan Kaplan on the set of Bad Girls

In the film, Andie plays the mother of the character of Chris O & # 39; Dowd. But she does not feel offended when asked to portray someone who is considerably older than herself.

She said: & # 39; I am old enough to be his mother! And I recently played another character, where I tried to look even older.

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& # 39; I have no problem appearing older. I think I can play 10 years older and 10 years younger.

& # 39; I think that always happens in real life, depending on how you feel. I think you're 10 years old when you're sad. & # 39;

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