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Eva Green responds to 'Sin City' poster ban: 'I'm not actually naked'

'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' promotion outlawed by Motion Picture Association of America.

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Eva Green has responded after a poster featuring her image to promote Sin City: A Dame To Kill For was banned by the Motion Picture Association of America.

As previously reported the poster, which you can see above, was dismissed for showing Green in a state of undress. A statement released by the MPAA board states that the specific reasoning behind the ban was Green's "nudity — curve of under breast and dark nipple/areola circle visible through sheer gown."

Speaking to Vanity Fair about the poster, Green said: "I find it a bit odd. It seems like it’s all just publicity - a lot of noise for nothing." Adding: "You have so many more violent things in the movie business and this is kind of soft. I’m not naked. It’s suggested… I’m not actually naked on the poster."

In fact, Green says she is a fan of the poster, describing it as beautiful. "I find it really sexy, actually," she says. "It’s kind of beautiful. But if it shocks people, I don’t know what to do about it. I don’t want to upset anybody."

"I don’t want to be seen as just the femme fatale or put into some silly box. I hope that people will have enough imagination."

Sin City: A Dame To Kill For will be released in the UK on August 29.

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