British actress Gemma Arterton has admitted she believes ''no frills'' movies like her new movie 'The Disappearance of Alice Creed' are ''refreshing''.
Gemma Arterton thinks "no frills" movies are "refreshing".
The British actress - who recently appeared in 'The Disappearance of Alice Creed' - has revealed she likes working on simple, unfussy movies because the Hollywood film industry can be overly complicated.
She said: "These are the sort of movies I am proud of and I will continue to make films like this.
"This is the sort of movie I always imagined I'd end up doing. This is the sort of movie I'd go to see in the cinema.
"It's basic, there's no frills with this sort of thing - it's refreshing for you when you're involved in the Hollywood machine."
Discussing her latest movie 'The Disappearance of Alice Creed' - where her character is kidnapped by two men - the 24-year-old star also admitted she is unfazed by nude scenes.
She to the BBC: "I've not got a problem with nudity in films if it's absolutely appropriate - and it was completely appropriate in this film. I just got on with it and treated it like any other part."
Meanwhile, Gemma is preparing to take a break from her career as she weds her stuntman fiance Ben Cooke.
She added: "I don't know what I'm going to do next. I've got a few months off - I'm getting married - but now I'm being more selective with what I'm going to do."
'The Disappearance of Alice Creed' is out in cinemas in the UK on April 30.