A new look at a nudity classic – Full Body Massage (1995)

When we discuss films, we often discuss “gratuitous nudity,” that which is unnecessary to the plot or artistry of the film. In this case, since nudity is really the entire point of the film, we would have to discuss “gratuitous plot” – anything that interrupts the nudity.

Fortunately, there is not much gratuitous plot. They manage to get most of the exposition done while they are naked.

Ya gotta love director Nicolas Roeg. He always knew what was important.

Well, important to me, anyway.

He’s the same guy who directed Walkabout, The Man Who Fell to Earth, Eureka, Bad Timing, Castaway and probably several other nudity classics that I can’t recall immediately.

R.I.P., Mr. Roeg. We owe you so much.


Mimi Rogers

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Elizabeth Barondes

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Gabriella Hall

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Johnny Moronic’s new clips from this film can be found here.

7 thoughts on “A new look at a nudity classic – Full Body Massage (1995)

  1. Mimi looked great in this, don’t get me wrong.

    But, man, if she had just done these scenes a few years earlier when she was at her absolute peak . . . just check out “The Rapture” or her (rather tame) Playboy spread.

  2. Mimi just has the best hooters of any major actress ever, even Sarandon bows down in awe
    And masseur Bryan Brown: luckiest actor alive

    1. He fully does a deep breast massage on her. There’s no faking that, even if they are professional actors working on a film.

      He probably got farther than Tom Cruise.

  3. Imagine crushing on Mimi as the mom in Lost in Space as a young lad only to discover this movie and her assets later.

    One of the greatest discoveries in my lifetime.

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