Now, authors Andrew J. Rausch and Charles E. Pratt Jr. Though his films sometimes shocked the delicate sensibilities of post-war audiences, modern moviegoers often love the good, bad, and ugly movie millstones. The authors share a passion for all things Ed Wood and wanted to explore, deplore, and implore the always unvarnished facts about the born loser, who continually defied odds to achieve each scrap of success in Hollywood. Wood refused to allow his dreams to die, despite the seemingly-insurmountable hurdles he faced in life and with his own lack of talent, yet he found a way to continue making movies.
‘forced to strip’ stories
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In May, I was in the USA for a dance training, and found myself on a spontaneous road trip afterwards with dancer and photographer Nilaya Sabnis. It took courage to ask her to take nude photos of me. Out here, in the vast open desert landscape. And to record the process, to deepen it, make it more real. Not for exhibitionism. Not for vanity. Not to proliferate the social media obsession with self-exposure….
The young actress from California was at a low point during her first winter after moving to New York City when Allison Mack invited her to join Nxivm, a purported self-help group near Albany. The woman, who was identified only by her first name, Nicole, said she had been trying to build upon an acting career that had included mainly commercial work, and was impressed by Ms. Mack told her to inform Mr. The next day, Nicole said, Mr. Raniere led her to a house blindfolded, ordered her to disrobe and tied her wrists and ankles to a table.
Verified by Psychology Today. Cultural Commentary. When Dorothy unmasked the Wizard of Oz there was good reason to feel disillusioned, let down, betrayed, and really sad. But this is different.