TV Round-Up

Un village francais is a French TV series about WW2 collaboration with the Nazi occupation. As you might guess from its country of origin, it's neither a lighthearted Hogan's Heroes look at the suffering of that time nor a melodramatic one-sided view of events. It has been widely praised for its complex look at people trapped in difficult circumstances.

The bad news: it's not available in English or with subtitles.

The good news? Nudity. Episodes 5 and 6 of season three aired on Sunday.



  • * Yellow asterisk: funny (maybe).

  • * White asterisk: expanded format.

  • * Blue asterisk: not mine.

  • No asterisk: it probably sucks.


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"Las Vegas"

season 3 (2005-6)


episode 4

Lara Flynn Boyle film clip (sample below)

Anita Marie Curran film clip (sample below)





Johnny's comments:

Hunting is a thriller about a secretary named Michelle (Kerry Armstrong) who falls in love with one of her boss's clients, a popular entrepreneur named Michael Bergman (John Savage). Both are instantly smitten, but Michelle is stuck in a lousy marriage with a husband who is having a run of bad luck. Intrigued by Bergman, she accepts an invitation to one of his parties (one of those ludicrous late 80s, early 90s movie parties where people do wacky things like be fully clothed in a swimming pool...) and the affair begins. Her husband cottons on to this and tries to get at Bergman, but Bergman gets his goons to fake his suicide, leaving Michelle all for himself. And bizarrely enough, it turns out that underneath all that philanthropy, Bergman is just an egotistical arsehole who wants everything.

Ah, Boulevard Films, an attempt to make an Australian film studio that had big plans, but not much of anything else. I'm surprised that Hunting is the only film from Boulevard that has a DVD release as it's such an anonymous film (not even Heaven Tonight or Boulevard of Broken Dreams? Sure, most of their later films aren't even completed...) . Nothing special to it and pretty forgettable but has Kerry Armstrong's best nudity on film, even if it could be debated that some of the nudity is from a double.

Kerry Armstrong film clips. Collages below.





Juliette Binoche in Disengagement (2007). Full frontal nudity.

Kelly Benson in White Tiger (1996)

Julia Nickson in White Tiger (1996)

Angelina Jolie's ass - this precise shot never appeared in Wanted (2008)

Emmy Rossum in the premiere of Shameless (2011 TV series preview)

Shanola Hampton in the premiere of Shameless (2011 TV series preview). She might be a good actress, but I can't tell, because I don't know shit from Shanola.

Emily Wagner in Chronic Town (2008)



Film Clips

Serena Grandi in Desiderando Giulia (1985; sample below)

Emmanuelle Chriqui in Deceit. It's the ol' tease-aroo: two topless scenes with her back to the camera, a sex scene with her butt covered. Usual stuff from Chriqui.

Carla Quevedo in El secreto de sus ojos (2009's Best Foreign Language Film)

Hayley-Marie Norman in "Crash" (2008-09) in HD

Laura Hidalgo in Carambola (2003)

Julie Depardieu and Marie Gillain in Les femmes de l'ombre (2008) in 720p

Emily Mortimer in Young Adam (2003) in 720p. Here's the one for you guys who love the old-fashioned style of sexy, slender women with massive, untrimmed bushes. It's not the spanking scene, but some tender moments with Obi-Wan. Emily's performance finished a distant 19th in our annual poll, but that seems to underrate it significantly. As I look back on it, I'd probably rate it #3 that year, behind Eva Green in The Dreamers and Rosario Dawson in Alexander.