I do not have pictures of Sean Young naked

I used to have one, but I don’t now.

Anyway, you would be disappointed.

People keep arriving here having searched on “Sean Young naked”.

I do have this utterly fascinating article on the sexual politics of her movie Blade Runner.

4 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by RichardP on September 18, 2014 at 2:25 am

    I would never have thought to search Google Images on “Sean Young” + Naked until I saw the title of this article. Doing so led to this picture. I’m quite taken with it. No nudity but grabs me in a deep place. What a woman she was.

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    • Posted by RichardP on September 18, 2014 at 2:26 am

      Sorry. Didn’t know it was going to actually display the picture.

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      • It hasn’t on my screen.

        I have not seen too many women naked, but I thought she looked disappointing nude. I don’t mind small breasts, but hers were not even a good shape. I suspect she had “work” done on them later.

        She kept her clothes on, mostly, in the theatrical version of Blade Runner, though she loses some of her gear in the extended version of the sex scene with Deckard.

        Frankly, my wife looked better “back in the day”. To my inexperienced eye at least. Very few women strip down well. It needs a kind of rangy figure few women possess (my wife did; she had that broadshouldered showgirl shape).

        She was a beautiful woman, Mary Sean Young, but it is hard to separate her in one’s mind from the poignant character of Rachael. I think Rachael brings out the protective instinct in a man.

        The actress is a reflective woman, but to employ a phrase of Australian critic Clive James, she has the “brains of a ptarmigan”.

  2. Posted by Gerry Kachmarski on September 21, 2014 at 9:59 pm

    Did you not see her bare-breasted in the back seat of a taxi with Kevin Costner in No Way Out? They looked fine to me. Her very skinny legs, however, which I have glimpsed elsewhere, not so fine.

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