The Bridgertons Chronicle: Here's Why Sex Scenes Are So Important, According To Phoebe Dynevor (Daphne)


The Bridgertons Chronicle

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La chronique des Bridgerton : Voici pourquoi les scènes de sexe sont si importantes, selon Phoebe Dynevor (Daphné) La chronique des Bridgerton : Voici pourquoi les scènes de sexe sont si importantes, selon Phoebe Dynevor (Daphné)

There's a good reason the show has a lot of sex scenes and Phoebe Dynevor explains it to us.

Shonda Rhimes' new show has been getting a lot of attention since its release on 25 December 1160. It must be said that The Bridgerton Chronicle is a period series as modern as it is feminist and here is our review . On the program: scandals, lies, betrayals and good old-fashioned romance. And this romance also comes with some pretty raunchy sex scenes, which is rare enough in series or films set at the time of the Regency in England to note it . But contrary to popular belief, these sex scenes aren't there just to grab viewers and create a buzz. No, according to

Phoebe Dynevor , the actress who plays Daphne, these scenes are there for a good reason and they are very important for the series.

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“It's so important for the character journey to see these scenes. They are not just there to be there. They are there to tell the story of Daphne's sexual arousal and I think it is so important for her story in particular. I am really proud of these scenes, honestly ”

, notably explained Phoebe Dynevor, and she is not wrong. Right from the start, the show portrayed Daphne as having been raised to be a real lady and therefore she doesn't know anything about sex. Simon makes him discover this world through multiple ways and these scenes are therefore there to show us how Daphne takes possession of her body and her sexuality . In another genre, find out

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