The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) busted Eva Green for showing too much skin in a movie poster for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For. The film studio released a Photoshopped version that hid the silhouette of her breasts in a see-through robe. Green plays femme fatale Ava Lord, who we’ll see a lot more off in the actual movie.

“The poster, you don’t see anything,” she told E! News.. “Just wait for the movie then. It’s in 3-D as well. Enjoy yourself, you know!”

Jimmel Kimmel asks Eva Green about censorsed Sin City poster  Sin City A Dame to Kill For poster censored (Eva Green as Ava Lord)

The actress also addressed the controversy on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Green says she was initially hesitant about the role but Director Robert Rodriguez promised to keep the nudity tasteful.

“It’s not gratuitous for the character,” Green explained. “She kind of uses her sexuality as a weapon.”

Hopefully, she was speaking literally. Green noted that unlike the prominent gun, breasts have never killed anyone with the possible exception of suffocation, which she acted out.

Despite getting her start in the risque film The Dreamers, her father is still not used to the world seeing his little girl naked. When asked if he was proud of her role in the film overall, Green grimaced “uh…”

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For release date: August 22.