Keira Knightley is not nervous about doing sex scenes in films because it's ''a consensual thing'' and people on set are ''respectful''.
Keira Knightley is not scared by sex scenes.
The 'Never Let Me Go' star believes getting nude for a film role is not a big deal because everyone on set is often "respectful" and she always discusses what she is comfortable with beforehand.
She said: It's a consensual thing. You say what you're comfortable with and everybody's incredibly respectful."
However, the 25-year-old actress was not so comfortable with auditioning as a child because she believed everyone thought she was "s**t".
She told The Daily Telegraph newspaper: "Some kids did karate, I went to auditions. They were humiliating. You walk in a room and they obviously think you're s**t.
"So you walk again. I mean the rejection level of anyone who does anything like that. It is quite a Savage process."
She said: "'I didn't know if I was going to go back to acting at all. I think for a long time I thought I wouldn't. I think I intended not to work again.
"Carey's a very good friend of mine and I felt if I was to start making films again, she was someone who would watch my back."