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Eve Hewson and Christina Clare in The Knick (s2e7) in 720p. (Near nudity.)

Two good features of the November 27th edition of Naked News:

Charlie's audition. (Best audition ever. See below.)

Isabella Rossini hosted the Hollywood XPress segment

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Cut Snake


Johnny's comments:

Cut Snake is an Australian thriller set in 1974 where Pommie (Sullivan Stapleton) is let out of a Sydney jail and wants to catch up with his former cellmate Sparra, who is now in Melbourne. Sparra (Alex Russell) has moved on and has just proposed to his girlfriend Paula (Jessica de Gouw) and everything is looking up for the couple despite Paula not knowing anything about his past. Pommie tracks him down and wants to pick up from where they left off. Sparra and Paula with her friend take Pommie to a nightclub, where unnerved by a drag act that gets too close, Pommie decides to rob the club and makes a quick getaway. The next day, Sparra decides to buy a gun for protection as he can see himself getting dragged back into crime by Pommie. Pommie tells Paula that they spent time together in jail, something she doesn't know, but she is accepting of Sparra trying to make a new life. After a day trip to the beach, they come home to the house being ransacked, a warning that they know that Pommie robbed the nightclub. Pommie convinces Sparra to go back to the club and finish it and while there, they rob the club and Sparra beats two crooks to an inch of their life. Sparra has once again come under Pommie's spell, but he doesn't want to go back to jail and wants to be with Paula and with the cops on their tail, there's only one way to get rid of Pommie.

Not a bad little low key thriller, basically a three hander with quality performances from all three leads particularly a surprisingly good Sullivan Stapleton (particularly compared to say Strike Back). The story goes to some unexpected areas even though it still follows the well worn crim trying to make a new life being drawn back in plot and this works well and gives the movie an extra layer of tension.

Jessica de Gouw film clip (collages below)

TV/Film Clips

Loes Haverkort in Rendez-Vous (2015) in 1080hd

Renate Reinsve in Villmark 2 (2015)

Nina Fog in Ueber Ich Und Du (2014) in 720p

Julia Bache Wiig in Leon (2013) in 720p

Beth Stephens and Annie Sprinkle in Goodbye Gauley Mountain (2013) in 720p



Tone Skaardal and Mia Caroline Bratz in Luftballong (2011) in 720p

Alexandra Dahlstrom, Camille Rowe & Josephine de La Baume in Notre jour viendra (2010) in 1080hd

Jessica Parker Kennedy in Decoys: The Second Seduction (2006)


Patricia Clarkson in Learning to Drive

Ellie Goulding

Myla DalBesio