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After a long career as a juvenile performer, Jenny Agutter turned 18 on Dec 20, 1970. About a second later, Nicolas Roeg hired her and started getting her clothes off and shooting a camera into every nook and cranny of her. Here is a Realist presentation from Walkabout.
Roeg had a strange career as a director. He was a cinematographer for many years, never directed a movie before he was 40. He was a top cinematographer who worked with John Schlesinger, David Lean, Richard Lester, and Francois Truffaut, to name a few pretty fair directors. When he boke free and started directing, he wore both hats, and produced two visually stunning movies: Mick Jagger in "Performance" and then "Walkabout". Then he did the highly-respected "Don't Look Now" with Julie Christie. Three movies, three critical successes. In the IMdb, they are rated 8.0, 8.2, and 8.1. So now he was a budding genius, right? Wrong. He moved steadily down the ladder. His next film was the beautifully filmed Man Who Fell to Earth. Unfortunately, the script was incomprehensible, several scenes were unnecessary, the thing cost too much and delivered too little. The studios cut a bunch out of it for theatrical release, but neither version really makes much sense after the first half. So count this one as a disappointment, but not a fiasco. So in four years someone is willing to take a chance on him again, and what does he get "Bad Timing: A Sensual Obsession". Roeg seemed to like musician/actors, but he was going downhill there, too. He went from Mick Jagger to David Bowie, and then to Art Garfunkel in "Bad Timing". This, again, was visually impressive but this time the entire movie was nonsensical, not just the second half. Well, no sense chronicling the entire decline. Let's fast forward. In 1995 he did the intelligent but totally uncinematic "Two Deaths", in which most of the movie takes place in one room, like a stage play. He followed this up with that Bryan Brown - Mimi Rogers massage movie, which gives you an idea of the kind of projects that float his way now. Back to the subject at hand, here is one of his close-ups of Jenny Agutter's privates.
One thing you have to love about Roeg's movies. He fills them with tons of nudity. Agutter's swim scene in Walkabout seems to go on forever. Everytime you think the camera has cut away from her for good, he returns for a few more peeks. He directed many other of our nudity classics. I mentioned Full Body Massage, and let us not forget his nudity masterpiece, "Castaway", in which Amanda Donohoe was naked for about the entire movie. Here's a full-frontal of Agutter in enhanced light.
Here's Jenny naked as her friend helps her out of the water. The plot, in a nutshell, involves two kids who get stranded in the outback and are ultimately saved by a young aboriginal who his on his walkabout - a manhood ritual. It's an unusual movie, beautiful in some ways, very little spoken dialogue. Not a mass-market movie, but many consider it one of the great classics.
Some more of Jenny swimming
AP, the Cologne Comet, has assembled yet another fine gallery. Here's Venus Williams at the French Open, sportin' some puffies.
Here's as good an upskirt as you're gonna see, again featuring the amazon Venus Williams. Good catch, AP!
Here's Katya Woywood in SK Babies.
The remainder of AP's gallery consists of soft-core porn action featuring Gina Wild.
These Germancelebs cappers knock me out with the quality of their work. I have mentioned the beautiful work from Norman Bates and Slartibartifast and Schatten and others, but this guy must be the absolute king of the technical side. I just don't know how he gets such good images from old TV shows and video tapes. Just as an example, take a look at the clarity, and vivid colors in this non-nude collage of Christina Applegate in Married With Children. I guess he must tape right off the satellite transmissions. They are beautiful.
Now if Blackshine's caps weren't already good enough, he is now mastering that seamless montage technique as well. He's already one of the best at it. Look at this topless presentation of Lolita Davidovich in "Intersection"
Here is a beautiful soft-focus look at Uma Thurman in Baron Muenchhausen, with one nipple exposed.
This and the next two have no nudity. Here's Lisa Niemi in Steel Dawn
Here's Anne Wichnitzki
Here's one more of Applegate on TV
Helcrom has two very entertaining storyboards from "Mallrats". Here's Priscilla Barnes removing a supernumerary nipple.
And here's Joey Lauren Adams
Two from Graphics Response today. Here is a nice montage of Holly Hunter in The Piano
and here is Sophie Marceau in Dartagnan's Daughter. To our regret, GR simply didn't have a good print of this film. I'm beginning to wonder if one exists, because we never seem to get a clear one from this flick.
Here's five of Catherine Ringer, former porn star, and former singer from Rita Matsouki. These come from the Caught-Celebs guy
Here's an RJL scan of Lucy Liu in the new Gear. She is topless, I guess, but you can't see the goodies because of her hair.
Here's the companion RJL scan of Lucy Liu in the new Gear.
Schatten's vidcaps of Robbie Chong in Red Shoe Diaries.
Zononon Zor looks at a classic topless of Janis Joplin.