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Ask AI: Are there any movies which show a Girl or woman hanging upside down

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Question: Are there any movies which show a Girl or woman hanging upside down

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Yes, there are few movies where scenes depict a girl or woman hanging upside down: 1. "Spider-Man" (2002): In one of the most memorable scenes, Mary Jane Watson (played by Kirsten Dunst) finds Spider-Man hanging upside-down in the rain, leading to their iconic kiss. 2. "The Descent" (2005): This is a horror movie where the characters, all women, engage in activities like cave-diving and rappelling thus hanging upside down at times. 3. "Cliffhanger" (1993): Though the lead is Sylvester Stallone, the movie has scenes where a woman is seen hanging upside down from a mountain rope. 4. "Charlie's Angels" (2000): There are scenes with women wielding impressive acrobatic skills, including hanging and spinning upside down. 5. "Mad Max; Fury Road" (2015): There are several scenes with Charlize Theron's character handling herself in unusual positions. However, if you particularly want a movie where a woman or girl hangs upside down for a substantial part of the film or as a significant plot point, those would be quite rare or even nonexistent. Films typically keep such scenarios to specific scenes due to the physical demands and potential discomfort it causes to the actors.

Answered by gpt-4

Oct. 5, 2023, 3:02 p.m.

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Published: Thursday, October 5, 2023

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