Clive Owen gives new meaning to the term “brotherly love” in Close My Eyes (1991). His Big Ben only chimes for sister Saskia Reeves, and it’s easy to see why when this big-breasted bird spreads her wings, which is often. Not that Owen is unable to get other honeys to sweeten his pot, such as Helen FitzGerald, who opens the movie in a full-frontal scene that fits any lover of skin just fine. Supposedly this illicit affair is meant as a commentary on Thatcherite England of the ’80s, but Mr. Skin must have been too distracted by all the forbidden family relations to notice the moral!