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Q: How do you manage to exploit both topless models and model cops in the same film?
A: Have the tough male cop shacked up with a lady fashion photographer, of course.
OK, so the vindictive ex-con plot is there just to frame interminable scenes of swimsuit/lingerie/topless models posing for an ex-model turned commercial photographer, but there are a few decent twists. Accordingly, it's not bad fare if you're in a Joe Bob Briggs kind of mood. The acting is pretty bad, the only exception being a decent performance by the strikingly beautiful Michelle Garrin in a supporting role. According to IMDB, STRIKE A POSE is her only film to date, which once again brings up the question of what happens to the careers of so many of these starlets, who seem to have both the pulchritude and acting talent for greater success in front of the camera.
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