The camera dips and we only see her feet rise up out out the back seat while Toby voices his sincere happiness in the way his night is going. He confesses his love for her and in a moment of lust, she invites him to have sex, right there, right now in the car. This time she needs no introduction as Rose, a young, wealthy socialite aboard the doomed ocean liner on its first and final voyage. This list is different. In what is essentially the truest, most sincere moment of physical love in the movies, this quiet moment in the backseat of a car is sexy because it feels authentic. One evening at jazz bar, April ends up in a car with Shep David Harbour , their friend and married neighbor. We all know what happens next. In the back of the car, after a lengthy escape running through the bowels of the ship, their passions overcome them. In full view of the outside world, the couple try to recapture the stimulation they felt before, and that need for and subsequent lack of gratification is powerfully present in her face. While we only see the aftermath of the sex, the now iconic palm against the steamed window is really all we need to see to know that this was an emotional experience. This is not sex for lust but for love and it has resonated with audiences ever since. Hathaway, who is not shy when it comes to nudity, is in command here, straddling Vogel right from the start. Crash A married man in a sexually unsatisfying relationship, is involved in a deadly car crash, having a head-on collision. The two are flirting, kissing and touching and it feels pretty standard. Now, in the car, Luisa makes up for what she feels is the best way to settle a difference and her willingness to make it happen is both sexy and funny. Sex in a vehicle, while not seen as often, is still a standard in Hollywood. The best in the movie.