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Arnold from a Rolling Stone Article Early on in his career, Arnold posed for nude pictures, Some suspect he was considering making extra money in the gay pornography industry, which was one way that some bodybuilders could supplement their income. Drudge reported this story last year. Arnold later lied and denied the existence of such photographs. Arnold Admitted recently to previous use of marijuana , but lied about it when asked in an interview in the January edition of Playboy.
Nastassja Kinski Deathtrap Director Sidney Lumet's twisting and convoluted dark comedy contained one of the first openly-portrayed acts of homosexuality on screen - in a straight-on kissing scene between two homosexuals: We handle it straight on. But I hope that audiences will not over-focus on the homosexual aspects of a thriller. Furie's The Entity with Barbara Hershey in the lead role - both female leads in the two films were sexually-frustrated housewives. It was filmed in , but not released until - with many title variations for differing audiences.
Development[ edit ] Director Denys Arcand developed the idea for The Barbarian Invasions out of a fascination with death and theories on the September 11 attacks. Denys Arcand , who wrote and directed the successful French Canadian film The Decline of the American Empire , developed the idea of returning to the characters years later due to a fascination with death and an idea of having a character who is expecting to die. Boyd wrote that, despite what the film portrays, heroin has been legal in Canadian palliative care since