TV Round-Up

Boardwalk Empire featured only a brief look at some background hookers

Dexter featured a too-subtle bit of nudity from Yvonne Strahovski.

see more in Defoe's French nudity section below

  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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Season 1: 1920x1080

Episode 13

Natalie Pemberton film clip. Captures below.


The Conformist


Dominique Sanda



Only one film clip from Defoe this week: Lea Wiazemsky in the latest episode of 2 Flics sur les Docks




The Quiet Earth


Johnny's comments:

Haven't done a film from New Zealand in a while, so how 'bout a classic.

The Quiet Earth is a "last man on Earth" film that begins with Zac (Bruno Lawrence) waking up after an apparently long night to a world where everyone has disappeared. At first, he travels the city looking for someone else, then resigns himself that he may be the only person alive. Then Joanne (Alison Routledge) appears and it seems that he will have female company. That is broken up when they find the aggressive Api (Pete Smith). All the while, Zac, an eminent scientist, who has discovered that the project he was working on caused the mass exodus, is trying to work out why they are still alive and what's next for those left.

Haven't seen The Quiet Earth in a while but it still holds together extremely well. Not a lot to the film, but this is a superb film that works without a malevolent force fighting against those left as these films seem to have and is more interested in the intrigue as to why it happen more than how they are going to survive. Well worth a look.



Film Clips

Jena Malone in The Painted Lady (2012). This is not really a film, but a short art project.

Bron/Broen is a Scandinavian TV series. These episodes aired in 2011:

Maria Sundborn

Sofia Helin

The women of Kleinrupin Forever (2004)

Anna Brueggemann

Anna and others, identified below

Karoline Hugler

Mirjam Neebe

Pics and Collages

A very nice color edit of Kirsten Dunst in Melancholia (2011)

The women of Rimini, Rimini (1988)

Corinne Clery

Eva Grimaldi

Loredana Romito

Isabel Russinova

Petra Scharbach

The women of The Au Pair Girls (1972) in HD

Gabrielle Drake

Astrid Frank

Marcia Fox

Me Me Lai

Nancie Wait

Lyn Yeldham