She was equally happy to find a role that didn't require her to bare all again.
Later this year she appears opposite Ralph Fiennes in the historical romance Sunshine and takes the sole leading role in the indie picture The History of Luminous Motion.
That's its essence, its strength -- and a source of frustration.
The SoHo hotspot has been pairing fine wine with great music since 2008 in lower Manhattan, and has branched out to Chicago, Napa and Nashville.
As a member of the commune, Unger embodies the type of saintly qualities seldom seen outside Hollywood movies, possibly because they don't exist.
She nearly didn't make it to Hollywood to make the movie.
Instead of facing each other, these crash-sex cultists prefer their sex from behind.
But Unger has made her name playing ice-cool femmes after a quirky start to her career.