An older adolescent girl has a number of sexual adventures in France, then moves on to Montreal and New York, there finding erotic pleasure, love and danger. Flashbacks place our heroine at See full summary ». Votes: Votes: 9. R min Drama.
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Your little one's wearing an outfit one minute and then stripping down the next minute. Learn why your little one likes to go nude, and what to do about it. When it comes to making a lightning-fast escape, your toddler is probably a mini Houdini. One minute she has on that super-cute yellow dress Grandma bought her; the next minute she's streaking through the house wearing nothing more than a smile. And, of course, stripping down to her birthday suit doesn't happen only at home, around family: She bares all when friends are visiting, and you've had to stop her from going buff in public more than once! So what's up with your kid's urge to be au naturel? Those frilly ruffles on your daughter's dress or the zillion buttons on your son's sweater may look adorable, but they may not feel so good against bare skin.
Kelly Wallace, CNN. Kelly Wallace is CNN's digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. She is a mom of two girls. CNN Let me say at the start that there is no way around the topic of nakedness in front of your children without getting personal and slightly uncomfortable. I'm already feeling somewhat tense as I type this. Brutally Honest: Is it OK to be naked in front of your kids? More Videos Should your kids see you naked? Story highlights In "Brutally Honest" video series, Kelly Wallace tackles provocative parenting questions There is no one size fits all answer to whether it's OK to be naked in front of your kids, parents say Studies show conflicting findings on the impact of parental nudity on kids. I joke that the only person who should have to see me naked is my husband.
It was a co-production of Canada and France and written by Laird Koenig , based on his novel of the same title. The plot focuses on year-old Rynn Jacobs Foster , a child whose absent poet father and secretive behaviours prod the suspicions of her conservative small-town Maine neighbours. The adaptation, originally intended as a play, was filmed in Quebec on a small budget. The production later became the subject of controversy over reports that Foster had conflicts with producers over the filming and inclusion of a nude scene, but a year-old body double was used. After a screening at the Cannes Film Festival , a court challenge was launched regarding distribution, and a general release followed in Initially released to mixed reviews, with some critics finding the murder mystery plot weak but Foster's performance more meritorious, the film won two Saturn Awards , including Best Horror Film. It subsequently attained cult status , with later critics positively reviewing the screenplay.