Skin flicks

Goulding, Susan Christian
September 1996
People;9/9/96, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p18
Examines the number of recent films in 1996 containing nudity. `Strip Tease'; `Independence Day'; `Fled'; `Tin Cup'; `The Fan'; The assertion by Carl Hiaasen, author of `Strip Tease,' that the fact that Hollywood is mostly run by men is the reason for the pervasiveness of nudity.


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