This week’s consolation for another Game of Thrones episode with too much clothes is Silje Reinåmo nude in Thale. Last week’s, of course, was Swedish actress Alicia Vikander, so I figured I’d stick with the Scandinavian theme. The sorta-protagonist of Thale, a hulder played by beautiful Norwegian actress Silje Reinåmo, doesn’t wear any clothing for almost the entire film. The directing is not particularly exploitative, however. Quite the opposite, in fact. Most shots are not graphic at all. I guess the director didn’t want the film to be incorrectly perceived as a porno (and rightfully so), and set out to make the nudity far more implicit than explicit. Of course, that doesn’t stop pathetic bastards like myself from scrubbing through all of the nude scenes frame by frame to capture all those quick flashes. I regret nothing.
So we have Silje Reinåmo naked throughout most of the film, and in the parts where she’s not completely naked, she’s almost completely naked. Seriously, it’s glorious. We get our very first glimpse of Silje Reinåmo nude close to the beginning when she emerges from a bathtub full of some white liquid (insert predictable semen joke here) much to the shock of Elvis, who’s fallen on hard time after his singing career fell apart and is working as a crime scene clean-up technician. Hmm, I planned to plot out all the nude scenes here, but it looks like I’ve already used up my paragraph. Fuck it, the pictures are below, and it’s not like anyone even reads these anyway. I could say anything, and no one would notice. Monkey poop. Liver salad. Harry Reid’s shriveled scrotum.
Anyway, I don’t want to make it sound like ogling Silje Reinåmo’s gorgeous birthday suit is the only reason to watch Thale. First of all, it’s an original story, so that immediately puts it ahead of about 95% of Hollywood. Secondly, the filmmaker apparently put it together on an extremely tight budget, though you’d never tell. None of the effects are jarring at all, not even the full CGI monsters. Also, the acting is solid, and the sets, indoor and outdoor, are beautifully immersive. It shows that diligence is a far more important factor than money is in the making of a good film. Definitely a recommended watch.
No video clip this time since I’d basically be cutting a dozen few second clips spread throughout the whole movie, but if you really want it, you’re certainly welcome to support the filmmaker by buying Thale, which is, as of the other day, available for sale in America. Caps of all the more explicit Silje Reinåmo nude scenes are below.