The actress stars as Paul Rudd's wife in the romantic comedy, about a couple which leaves their life in New York and ends up living in a hippie commune.
Aniston was happy to strip off for the role and she admits it was a freeing experience, especially because the nude scenes fit "the spirit of the movie."
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She tells ET Canada, "There was a lot of (nudity). Bottomless, topless ... It's happening ... 'Liberating' is a good word to use."
However, one full frontal scene, in which Aniston's character goes naked during a televised protest, didn't make the final cut of the film -- instead, cameras only show the actress' bare bottom from behind, while her breasts appear pixelated on TV news screens.