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By Katie Kravat - April 26, Sex has been depicted in film and television differently over the ages, developing new and dynamic portrayals with crafty camera angles and strategically placed bed sheets. Here are some of the best and worst sex scenes to grace the screen.
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A lot of attention has been paid in recent weeks to the raw sexual content of several new cable-TV shows. And though we're used to envelope-pushing content on HBO , Showtime and FX, when even a TNT series -- "Saving Grace," the high-profile star vehicle for Oscar winner Holly Hunter -- debuts with an opening scene of athletic bedroom activity, it's clear that depictions of sexuality on cable have entered a new phase. Though "Saving Grace" hasn't shied away from its frank depiction of the personal life of the troubled cop played by Hunter, much of the recent media chatter has centered around the new Showtime series "Californication" and the upcoming HBO relationship drama, "Tell Me You Love Me," which debuts Sept. True, both shows depict a number of sex acts, sometimes quite graphically, and they're assuredly not for everyone. But there's a radical difference between "Californication" and "Tell Me" that is getting lost: They couldn't be more different in how and why they use sex in their storytelling. The sex in "Californication" is based on a series of lies. That's why the sex on the latter show comes off exploitative -- even tacky -- while "Tell Me You Love Me" is one of the most moving, thought-provoking shows of the year. The first lie of "Californication" is that women relentlessly throw themselves at a petty, cruel egoist.