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Film magazine with an emphasis on eroticism and nudity. The illustrations include a nude cover illustration and centerfold and there is an article on Marilyn Chambers. This issue also includes articles on Jancso's "Electra", Robert Altman's "Nashville", Warren Beatty and "Shampoo", Romy Schneider, Jane Birkin and Jodorowsky's "El Topo". The text is in French. Very good .
Among the contents of this performing arts magazine are articles on Paul Morrissey's "Flesh", Pierre Clementi, Marco Ferreri, Luchino Visconti, Maurice Bejart and Serge Gainsbourg. The text is in French. Good .
A magazine of the performing arts, including film, dance and theatre, and also fashion. The text is minimal with the emphasis on nudity and eroticism in the illustrations. Among the contents of this issue are a nude Marilyn Monroe centerfold. The centerfold photo is one of a series of photos taken by Lawrence Schiller in 1962 on the set of "Something's Got To Give". The front and back covers illustrate Marilyn Monroe impersonators with male models. Other photographs include men's fashion including two pages of men in brief briefs, illustrated articles on Andy Warhol's films, Jay Johnson (star of "Chelsea Girls"), the "underground" nude dance of Roger Ribes, and work by Barbet Schroeder. There is also an article on Marlon Brando.
The text is in French. Very good .
Among the contents of this issue are articles on Antonioni's "The Passenger" by Marty Gliserman and Martin Walsh, and on Peter Davis's "Hearts and Minds" by Saul Landau, Robert Downey's "Greaser's Palace" by Chuck Kleinhans, and repression in Chile by the newly formed Emergency Committee to Defend Latin American Filmmakers. Good .
The text is in French. Good .