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He was also swept up in casual sex, drugs and alcohol, and undisciplined and unsupervised behavior.
Fisher experienced an unsatisfying flirtation with Kate's sexy friend Jody (Valentina de Angelis).
The poster was illustrated with a pretty naked woman in a bed (next to a half-seen naked man), covered in stacks of one dollar bills.
She had a tattoo on her left upper arm: "I HEART Vaygis." Another pair of long legs emerged from the wads of cash, dangling a pink bikini (or bra) top from one foot.
This amateurish docu-drama feature film was based on the difficult real-life efforts of a brave group of women who fought the double-standard body-censor laws in New York which stipulated that only men could be shirtless in public.