Australian actress Dichen Lachman talks "Altered Carbon", the Netflix sci-fi series weighed down by white-washing and nudity controversies. Eight women stand naked around actress Dichen Lachman in an eerie dark-blue set covered in shards of silicon glass. Beside the merkin covering her private parts, she is naked. Completely naked. She lifts her TV sword and kicks off what will become a memorable and controversial fight scene. That scene is from the new Netflix series " Altered Carbon ", the latest sci-fi blockbuster from Netflix's big spending spree.
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In Death Race: Inferno , the story of the solid second one is being circulated. The race takes place in South Africa now and there's a new villain as well. The visual appeal is on the level of the second one. Contrary to Death Race 2 , the R-Rated doesn't only lack some trivial nudity footage but also and mostly footage with violent content. This doesn't seem to be most widespread version but video store customers better keep their eyes peeled. In detail: 4 cuts due to violent content 4 scenes with alternate footage 1 extended scene in the R-Rated 1 additional scene The Unrated Version is
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She was, she says, called a zebra, an Oreo cookie, a half-caste and even, sometimes, a nigger. As the daughter of a white woman from Liverpool and a black American serviceman, she grew up struggling to find her place in life in an atmosphere of racial prejudice and intolerance. It is only recently, with Emmy and Golden Globe awards for her performance in Introducing Dorothy Dandridge, that she has begun to come to terms with her life and career.
It is right. In a summer when even relatively promising movies offer only modest thrills and laughs cf. Pirates of the Caribbean ; Terminator 3 , Seabiscuit delivers genuine emotional uplift. Adapted by director Gary Ross Pleasantville from the acclaimed book by Laura Hillenbrand, Seabiscuit is based on the real-life story of a no-account race horse whose second chance at championship captured the imagination of Depression-era America.