August 29, 1996

Underexposed

This opinion article discusses sex scenes in movies, asserting that many films leave nothing to the imagination, showing every detail of sexual activity because "sex sells." However, she argues that a recent trend in film capitalizes on the appeal of sexual suggestion that leaves the act of sex to the viewer's imagination. She maintains that such an approach acknowledges that overexposure to sex will make it uninteresting for the viewer.

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1996-08-29 Cavalier Daily Underexposed.pdf
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Subject College student newspapers and periodicals, Mass media

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