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Full Body Massage (5-Nov-1995)

Director: Nicolas Roeg

Writer: Dan Gurskis

Music: Harry Gregson-Williams

Producer: Michael Nolin

Keywords: Drama

A replacement masseuse gives massages to Mimi Rogers, who spends much of the film naked. They hold long conversations about art, relationships, life, spirituality, or something. Essential viewing for anyone obsessed with Mimi Rogers and/or her upper anatomy; others, not so much.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Bryan Brown
Actor
23-Jun-1947   Cocktail
Mimi Rogers
Actor
27-Jan-1956   Someone To Watch Over Me

REVIEWS

Review by anonymous (posted on 14-Nov-2006)

This is a most unusual film. It is basically a two person movie. It is rare that a movie depicts a slice of reality the way this one does. Yes Mimi is very nude in this film, and for extended periods of time. This is most unusual in itself. There is a sensuality about this film that is most uncommon, and both actors and the director seem to be working in total harmony and aggreement. Please see this movie and form your own opinion. Be prepared to experience a very erotic ride. ventg99


Review by anonymous (posted on 25-Aug-2005)

The movie is plodding and dull EXCEPT for the opportunity to view Mimi Rogers in the flesh. She is one of the most generously, naturally gifted actresses and demonstrates this in the movie. Other than that, it is exceedly dull with inane dialogue. There are a total of two people in the movie.


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