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Alexis Butler


Blood Orange


Kacey Clarke

This week, movies from 2002:

Femme Fatale

Rebecca Romijn

and Rie Rasmussen are topless in Femme Fatale (2002).


Carol Brana in Duel au Soleil (s2e2) in 1080hd


Stephanie Daub-Laurent and Dounia Sichov in Ce sentiment de l'Ete (2015) in 1080hd

Manal Issa in Peur de Rien (2015) in 1080hd

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Eadweard is a Canadian bio-pic about photographer Eadweard Muybridge (Michael Eklund), who in 1872 was developing a photographic project involving the motion of humans using multiple cameras after trialling this on animals. He meets Flora (Sara Canning), a lover of his work and they fall in love. After having his exorbitant funding for his project rejected, he is told to give a sample of what he is hoping to achieve, which he does. Eadweard invests his entire being into the project at the expense of his relationship with Flora who wants to be involved, but he won't let her. Eadweard thinks that Flora is having an affair with Harry Larkyns (Charlie Carrick), not helped by Flora having a child. Not happy with not being able to see the true motion of humans, he decides to continue the study with only naked subjects, which gets the usual objections, but allows him to portray motion better. Eadweard discovers that their child may in fact have been fathered by Harry which drives Eadweard to shoot Harry dead. He is charged with murder, but is found not guilty as the act was considered justifiable (!) and Eadweard is the last person to receive this verdict in America.

Intriguing bio-pic about a highly eccentric character in Muybridge, excellently encompassed by Michael Eklund. Shame this movie won't get a bigger release (it snuck quietly to release here in Australia in the past few days) because Eklund performance is stunning and overwhelms the movie and is the main reason to watch it. The look at Muybridge's historic work is quite interesting too and that murder he commits is quite a shock. Well worth a look... (Scoop's note: I once wrote an article about the fascinating Mr. Muybridge)

Meisha Lowe
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Jodi Balfour film clip (collage below)

Sarah Canning film clip (collage below)

various women film clip (sample below)

TV/Film clips

Zoi Gorman in Beyond Sleep (2016) in 720p

Catalina Sandino Moreno in Medeas (2013) in 720p

Katrin Reisinger in another classic episode of Kommissar Rex (s1e14; 1996) in 1080hd