Actresses are frequently pressured to appear nude or semi-nude, especially early in their careers, when they have little to no influence on-set and are working to establish themselves. Ciera Payton had just turned 18 when she was cast in a lead role opposite Steven Seagal in the film "Flight of Fury. But before sending her to set, neither the film's producers nor her agent showed her the film's full script, Payton says. So it wasn't until halfway through her flight that the sophomore at University of North Carolina's drama program read the screenplay for the first time and discovered a scene in which a character comes out of the shower naked. When she stepped off the plane, knowing no one else on set and without enough money to even place an international phone call, Payton decided to go straight to the top: She mustered up her courage, and approached Seagal in his trailer. After thanking him for the opportunity, she explained that she hadn't been informed about the expected nude scene, and she wasn't comfortable performing it.
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Rock 'n' Roll High School star P. Soles dropping her teddy down around her waist to reveal her breasts to a guy who then lays down on the floor with her and they fool around. Hi-res DVD capture from Stripes.
How actresses who are just starting out get pressured into 'creepy' nude scenes
What exactly is gratuitous nudity? Cinema in the Seventies was basically one long nude scene; it would be easier to list films without nudity than with. To learn that she was topless for even a microsecond was epic news from sea to shining sea. The movie itself was only so-so, but did it really matter?
Directed by: Ivan Reitman. Stripes is the third comedy classic of Bill Murray's career following Caddyshack and Meatballs His streak would continue with Tootsie and Ghostbusters Not bad. Stripes borrows much of its plot from Goldie Hawn's Private Benjamin , both are very funny movies.