What we did was bound to happen from the first day we met, and when it did, it was good for both of us... The feline female was often exhibited naked, especially during a nude nocturnal wandering scene in the woods, where her primal instincts were exhibited as she attacked a rabbit.
34 year-old New Orleans zoologist Oliver Yates (John Heard) fell in love with her and was obsessed by her, although she feared what would happen if they made love, and asked: "Would you love me just as much, if we, if we could After making love for the first time with Oliver, Irena rose in the middle of the night from their bed and went to the bathroom, where she felt between her legs and discovered blood.
There were an astonishing number of cross-dressing, gender-reversed, transvestite performances and roles with confused sexual identities among the 1982 Academy Awards nominees (all lost their bids), highlighted by the following: It exhibited numerous sexual innuendoes and slapstick as an excuse to glimpse the nudity (called T & A shots), mostly of the two partying college coeds - the "Beach Girls" of the film's title, in Southern California: It also included various other scenes such as spying on nude sunbathers, topless sunning on a boat deck, half-naked chicken-fights at a pool party, a sexy dope-smoking sauna scene, and the sexual awakening or loosening of an uptight, naive, and virginal nice-girl Sarah (Debra Blee in her film debut) who went topless at film's end.
This low-budget romantic fantasy sword and sorcery adventure by director Don Coscarelli soon became a revered cult film, and was created to capitalize on the trend for these films following Conan the Barbarian (1982).
See also Zadora's The film told about a "Lolita-esque" 17 year-old sexpot named Kady (Pia Zadora) who in the opening scene - wearing a flimsy low-cut dress - was hitchhiking in 1937 to Good Springs on the Arizona-Nevada border.
The pouty, baby-faced female located the shack of hermit miner Jess Tyler (Stacy Keach), left guarding an abandoned Nevada silver mine. " She replied: "How can I tell 'til I know what ya got?
Kady now realized her real goal: "I don't want nothin' from the Gillespies but what I came here for in the first place - the silver." Jess obliged her and excitedly promised to resume digging.
I come to stay with you." That evening, she enticingly undressed behind a sheet hung up as a room divider.Reportedly, the producers claimed that a Time Magazine expose caused the film to lose a considerable amount of revenue ( million) due to negative publicity and spoiling the plot - therefore, the kiss was dubbed "the Million Dollar Kiss." Christopher Reeve described the kiss: This low-budget, drive-in horror sexploitation grindhouse film from director James Polakof was the lesser precursor to director Sidney J.Furie's The Entity (1982) with Barbara Hershey in the lead role - both female leads in the two films were sexually-frustrated housewives.There is a growing belief that in the world of psychic phenomena, the loneliness of a human being may be our direct link to..Supernatural.Lisa often woke at night, totally naked and frightened, with the lights flickering." Kady told him "I'm lookin' for you," and added that she was "just somebody you might like to know." She drank fresh creamy milk from a dipper, provocatively claiming: "I like it warm with foam on it." Ten years earlier, Kady had been taken away by his alcoholic ex-wife Belle Morgan (Lois Nettleton) when she deserted him, set up a boarding house for "lusty miners," and permanently ran off with Moke Blue (James Franciscus).[Now, Belle was stricken with terminal tuberculosis.] Kady asked Jess: "Don't it get lonely out here? " She told her estranged father that she was his long-lost, daughter Kady.The next morning, she told him that the father of her own illegitimate child was a spoiled rich kid named Wash Gillespie (Edward Albert), the silver mine owner's (Ed Mc Mahon) son, who had impregnated and then abandoned her when she started "swelling." She claimed that she was owed a share of the Gillespie silver mine, hoping to become rich ("I want more for me and for my baby.I want good things for us, and if that's bad, then I wanna be bad!A trial was held for their "crime against nature." Kady pleaded with Judge Rauch:"He never forced me to do anything... And we loved each other."But it was to no avail until Jess revealed Kady's true fathering ("She's not my daughter") to the court's (and Kady's! Jess also told her of his own true love: "I wanted to be everything I could to you, because I love you."After the case was dismissed, she decided to drive off with Wash in a luxurious convertible ("he can give Danny everything he needs or wants"), and then consoled forlorn-looking Jess outside the courtroom with a kiss: Director Paul Schrader's updated version of this horror classic was a kinky, moody remake of the Val Lewton classic Cat People (1942).He didn't do anything to me that I didn't want to happen.... It was advertised as "an erotic fantasy for the animal in us all."Its main dualistic character was waifish, timid, green-eyed, pouty-lipped Irena Gallier (Nastassja Kinski) who possessed a feline heritage and animalistic tendencies - she was also virginal and sexually-frustrated.