Fifty Shades Darker

Fifty Shades Darker (2017)

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Corrected entry: When Ana is getting dressed for the masked ball she wears a black corset, later in the night, when Christian takes her dress off, she is wearing nothing under it.

Correction: Look at the kind of corset she was wearing, now look at the kind of dress she ended up wearing to the ball. There is no way in hell that type of corset could be discrete with a dress that is low-cut, has thin sleeves, and has some of the back missing. Also there is nothing to suggest that she was actually going to wear the corset to the ball; all she did was try it on but maybe she just did it for fun/curiosity and after seeing the dress that Christian suggested, she decided not to wear the corset. Simple.

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