Live Nude Girls

December 8th, 1995


Live Nude Girls

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Georgina throws a sleepover party for her friend Jamie, a moderately successful actress, on the night of Jamie's fiancée's bachelor party...

Release Year: 1995

Rating: 5.3/10 (1,095 voted)

Director: Julianna Lavin

Stars: Dana Delany, Kim Cattrall, Cynthia Stevenson

Georgina throws a sleepover party for her friend Jamie, a moderately successful actress, on the night of Jamie's fiancée's bachelor party. Jill, Jamie, Marcy, Rachel, and Georgina have been friends since childhood, and as the evening progresses they talk about a variety of topics: Georgina's heterosexual fantasies and her uncertainties about Chris, her live-in lover; Jamie's doubts and insecurities about marriage; and all of their attitudes toward sex and sexual fantasies.

Dana Delany - Jill
Kim Cattrall - Jamie
Cynthia Stevenson - Marcy
Laila Robins - Rachel
Lora Zane - Georgina
Olivia d'Abo - Chris
Glenn Quinn - Randy
Tim Choate - Jerome
Jeremy Jordan - Jeffery, Greenpeace Boy
Vaginal Davis - Pool Man
Simon Templeman - Bob
Julianna Lavin - Fighting Neighbor Woman
Jerry Spicer - Fighting Neighbor Man
Joshua Beckett - Richard Silver
Brian Markinson - Jerome's Friend

Taglines: It's about friendship., fantasies, and other touchy subjects.

Release Date: 8 December 1995

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Did You Know?

Kim Cattrall's character is recognized by a pizza guy as an actress in the movie "Cadet Academy." In reality, Kim Cattrall did appear in the movie Police Academy.

Continuity: When Jamie tries to stop her husband from leaving her and ends up making love to the Greenpeace boy, her shoes appear and disappear throughout the scene.

User Review

About the Title

Rating: 8/10

I remember liking this movie when it came out, and thinking what an odd and somewhat misleading title (just ask for it at Blockbuster and watch the funny looks they give you). Except for the great and recognizable cast when looking at the box, one would expect a more prurient, less substantive, late-night cable skin flick from a movie so titled. But the title though is appropriate as the movie is about friends, behaving like the "girls" of their childhood, sharing laughs, gossiping, and candidly baring their psyches at a bachelorette party. It is interesting, funny, sexy, and even innovative (like, it was a good idea to do an entire film focused on women just conversing candidly -and the viewer is an eavesdropper). Having just seen the newly released DVD version, it occurred to me how reminiscent the dialogue and style is to Sex in the City, which started its run several years after this movie. It is not a great and serious film work, but it is good, interesting, well-made, and may be a good conversation starter.


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