In the film's most talked-about and censored scene, Marcia recalled being violently raped in the Curtis cottage by her murdered adulterous ex-husband, Jeff Curtis Tony Stephanoas she masturbated in the bathtub. A patrolman-cop Harry Sledge Charles Napier was called to the scene to protect her as the injured Angel was taken away in an ambulance. Her TV movies include Let's Switch! The film's premise was that a young male protagonist was continually being sexually harrassed by six sexually-voracious, giant-busted women named Super I didn't know what I was saying, what I was doing. On a self-discovery journey - Nora accompanied him back to the small Massachusetts town of Springfield, where Peter thought he used to live in a previous life. Toward the conclusion of the film, Lester and Jill stumbled upon George in a boathouse during a party - where he was having sex with Jackie, and Lester's gave his first amused reaction without knowing their identities when a refrigerator door slowly opened, illuminated and caught Jackie and George in the act:
What followed next was the unappealing murder of Angel by the deranged, sadistic and mean cop.
Cronenberg definitely equated sex with disease in the film. Blanche Susan George with Mede. The first film, a notorious NC soft-focus film about female submission was banned for many years for its stylistic depiction of depersonalizing female sexual humiliation, defiling abuse and objectification. Archive of American Television. The Main Young American Miss Contestants, many of whom were in their debut film and went on to larger careers: After prying open the cut line, he poured steaming acid into the cavity.