There's a very good chance you didn't see Third Person. Despite an excellent cast including Liam Neeson, Adrien Brody, Olivia Wilde, Mila Kunis and James Franco among others, the three-headed romantic drama only made it into cinemas in a limited run after initially debuting at the Toronto film festival in 2013. When it finally did make it to cinemas, the reviews were caustic to say the least and Paul Haggis' latest made only a million at the box office (presumably considerably less than it actually cost to make). It seemed Haggis had followed his usual trend of forgetting about story in among lots of intriguing, eye-catching elements, and that he was confirming his agenda to just make miserable films. In among that misery there was a brave nude scene for Olivia Wilde whose lover Liam Neeson tricked her into getting naked in a hotel corridor and closed his door on her mischievously, forcing her to run naked down to her own room under the watchful eye of CCTV as Neeson chuckled to himself.