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Monday, May 23, 2011

Sarah Silverman bares all in Take This Waltz

Take This Waltz is a new dramedy from Sarah Polley that's reportedly "a bittersweet, funny and heart-wrenching story about a woman struggling to chose between two types of love." The film's headliners are Sarah Silverman, Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams. It has apparently just finished filming and is awaiting a release date.
It has been highly anticipated for quite some time now because of Sarah Silverman's nude scene. Sarah is an increasingly popular stand-up comic/actress/writer. She starred in her own TV show on Comedy Central called The Sarah Silverman Program and was briefly a castmember on Saturday Night Live in the early 90s. She says she bares all for Take This Waltz, which is interesting because it's made by a woman. That often seems to be the case, like when Sean Young finally showed it all in Lizzie Borden's 1992 movie Love Crimes.
Silverman got popular for a reason, she is not only hot but also really funny and edgy and topical and highly intelligent. In a campaign she called "The Great Schlep," Sarah urged young voters to go down to Florida and get their grandparents to vote for Barack Obama. She also had a great idea to sell The Vatican to feed the poor. I'm all for it! Sarah is known for being very candid and satirical. In her book about being a bed-wetter, she goes into great detail about things you might not even want to know about! But somehow Sarah makes it alluring.
Here's a great interview where she discusses her nudity in Take This Waltz.
The talented actress Michelle Williams is the main star of the film, and she also gets nude in it.
So watch out for this one and also take a look at Sarah Silverman's hilarious book if you get a chance.


  1. I have been in love with Sarah Silverman since seeing her in The Aristocrats when she turned joke telling into a shocking (albeit sham) revelation of rape.

    I also have this thing for Jewish girls...

  2. Amen to that! She's also gonna be in a new movie called Peep World, which I think is also a drama strangely.