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The last parts of season one. It really got weird at the end. I never watched the actual series, but the final clips are all about rituals for the worship Marduk, an ancient Babylonian god.

Isabel Burr and Lourdes Reyes in episode eight. (Lesbian bathtub sex, which is apparently a purification ritual necessary before devoting ones life to Marduk. Oh, that Marduk, what a guy! What a god!)



Isabel Burr accepting Marduk as her master and savior. Marduk seems to insist on women getting naked to serve him. Oh, Mardy, you are my kind of god.


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Ludivine Reding


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Anna Chipovskaya

Scoop's notes:

This is a Russian series about the Хрущёвская оттепель - the Khrushchev Thaw - a period when artistic and other freedoms were allowed to flourish to some degree after the death of Stalin and the ouster of his henchmen like Malenkov, Molotov, Bulganin and Beria. It took Khrushchev some time to assume all the positions necessary for total dominance. There was a power struggle after Stalin passed. For a while (53 through 58) Nikki K. had to share power with the council of ministers, but he managed to gain control of that group in March of 1958, solidifying his power, and thus the thaw began, and continued until Khrushchev's own ouster in 1964, when Brezhnev assumed control.

Many of my older Russian relatives viewed the 1958-64 period as the good old days when life in the Soviet Union lightened up a bit.


Emma Booth

and an unidentified woman are topless in Parker (2013),

and Jennifer Lopez is in her underwear.



Emmy Rossum




Johnny's comments:

New Australian movie that was partly made in Finland.
Innuendo is a drama where Finnish twin Tuuli (Saara Lamberg, who also plays her sister Suvi) comes to Melbourne to escape her life. Tuuli starts from scratch, knowing no one but meets Thomas (Andy Hazel) who lets her stay in his share house although for the most part she seems aloof. She takes up a job as a nude model and that where she meets Ben (Brendan Bacon), an artist who asks her to stay at his farm where he makes his art, chainsaw sculpting, which interests Tuuli, but he makes his money through drug dealing. Ben is interested in Tuuli but she never really reciprocates. Tuuli is also having dark thoughts, mainly about the happy people around her that began back when she was a child in an abusive family back in Finland. After being dropped off one night by a couple after an art class, Tuuli acts out on these dark impulses and sets fire to their house, killing the woman and serious injuring the man. She then sets her sights on a couple of friends who are about to be married. What is causing Tuuli's violent behaviour and can she be stopped?

Intriguing movie with some interesting and somewhat disturbing stuff that is almost a great movie except it gets bogged down by the whole twin plot which works very well for a while until there's a need to have a twist ending and then it becomes tangled and messy. Tuuli is an impossible character to like but she's very intriguing and it's no wonder a number of men gravitate towards her, but she gives them nothing and that makes her infuriating to watch at times. I think this is a very good debut movie from actress/writer/director/everything else Saara Lamberg, not entirely successful, but an intriguing debut nonetheless.

Saara Lamberg film clip (collage below)

Polina Aug in Angely Revolyutsii (2014) in 1080hd

Diane Kruger in Joyeux Noel (2005) in 1080hd

Human societies seem to have some common rules, one of which is that the young men must kill or be killed for whatever causes the old men have brainwashed them to believe. This is a movie about one of the few times in our history when the warriors told their overlords to stuff it, if only for a moment. On Christmas Eve and Christmas Day in 1914, during the first sacred holiday of the first world war, the trench warriors set aside their rifles, ignored their orders, and walked into the no-man's land to celebrate Christmas with their enemies.

As the film Joyeux Noel pictures it, the Germans first put Christmas trees up just above their sight lines, with signs that said "you no shoot, we no shoot" or "Merry Christmas." Then the Scots brought out their ubiquitous bagpipes and played Christmas carols. The French broke out their champagne. The men shared pictures of their loved ones. They roasted some pigs together for Christmas dinner, and their chaplains held Christmas religious ceremonies. They cleared no-man's land of the rotten corpses, buried their fallen comrades, and helped their enemies to do the same. When they had cleared away their dead, they played soccer where the bodies had been strewn.

This movie is a fictionalized account of the events of those two days. Peace broke out in many places along the lines, but this story centers on three lieutenants who commanded about a hundred men near a small French village, as well as two German opera singers who were there to lift the men's morale. While the fictional portions are not especially compelling, and the historical details are not entirely accurate, the film is poignant because the basic non-fictional core is so powerful that it hides any flaws in the film's fictional overlay. I suppose one could make a better movie on the same subject, but this is a very good movie indeed. It was nominated for the foreign language Oscar as well as the corresponding BAFTA. Don't let those nominations create an image in your mind of a typical foreign film. Most of the dialogue is in English, and anything important which is not in English can be understood without sub-titles, since it involves many men communicating to one another without a common language. I watched the film on Christmas morning in 2006. If you can do that and keep your eyes dry, you're a much tougher hombre than I am. You may not even be human.

If the part of the movie which shows the Scots wearing their kilts and carrying their bagpipes in the frozen trenches seems to stretch your credulity, let me offer a story which, while it does not prove that such a thing did happen, shows that it could have. I have a girlfriend from Central Asia who used to be a mountain-climbing guide in that region. If you have ever climbed, you know that you do not want one extra ounce of weight on your person. If you can make it up and down a mountain with two crackers and a vitamin pill, you do not want to add a third cracker. Every yard up the mountain seems to double the weight of the load. Yet one of her tourists insisted on carrying bagpipes up a Central Asian mountain so he could play them at the summit!
The real-life aftermath of the unpremeditated Christmas truce was shock among the high commands of the opposing nations. Nothing could be more disastrous for the world's sense of proper order than to have young men of opposing countries declaring their comradeship and refusing to kill one another. Why it's downright socialist! Generals on both sides declared this peacemaking to be treasonous, and all the lingering goodwill generated by the spontaneous outbreak of peace had been completely quashed by Easter of 1915, when the men would again resume the unquestioned killing of one another on behalf of their common God, who apparently issued the two sides contradictory orders. Before Armistice Day in 1918, an entire European generation was lost. Some thirty million young men would return to their homes wounded. Their mothers would be envied by the ten million others whose sons did not return at all.
As I wrote this on this Christmas Day in 2006, when many young men were still dying for old men's causes, it gave me some hope to look back on that Christmas of 1914 and recall the foot soldiers who proved that, despite all indications to the contrary, we do have brotherhood within us, if only we reach for it. 

Kate Hardie in Heart (1999) in lq, but scenes worth watching

Maitland Ward topless for the Super Bowl

Gillian Anderson naked for PETA