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Alan Rickman was left sickened and saddened by the sex scenes he had to perform in new movie Nobel Son - because he felt sorry for the actresses he had to pretend to make love to.

The British star plays a Nobel Prize-winning teacher who has sex with his graduate students, and he insists there was nothing glamorous about the love scenes.

He tells WENN, "You show up at nine in the morning and you shake the poor woman's hand: "Hi, nice to meet you," and then you get at it on the desk.

"It's such a bizarre thing to do. You just move on as quickly as possible. I felt sorry for those women in the sex scenes."

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