A Playboy produced documentary style video based on the modelling career of former Miss Sweeden, Victoria Silvstedt. Victoria went on to become Payboy's December 1996 playmate of the month ... See full summary »
Anna Nicole Smith as herself describe a "normal" day of her life and shows what she think and feel about any person or anything in her daily life. From male servant to female servant, from cook to driver, from friends to lawyers, from photographer to a camera, from bed to bath-tub, she describes everything about her daily life. Written by
It makes me feel a bit miffed when folks down grade women who model in the erotica & sensuality media. "Exposed" is Anna Nicole Smith doing what she dreamed of doing apparently most of her life: modeling.
What I enjoy about her style is that she is direct, believable, gorgeous and speaking intimately to viewers as if we were right at the dressing room table with her.
During "Exposed," Smith is obviously having a blast, especially when she gets to play the lady boss, interviewing men for a job. Smith reveals the power play that is essential to all sensuality.
The photography is done mainly by women. The scenes are created mainly by women. The entire production is Smith's. Her costumes are scrumptious.
When there are sex scenes, Smith does an over-voice during a few--explicating how she feels about what's happening during the staged scenes. When Smith is not talking viewers through the scenes, the music is hot stuff for folks who are from the generations that like rock n roll.
Now that I've seen her modeling in "Exposed," I'm madder than ever that Smith was given such a public bum rap about being a talentless hussy. She was very talented as a model. When she wasn't trying to act and was being herself at that dressing room table, Smith had a way about her that made me want to know her. She comes across as a super lovable woman who's easy to work with, if not a delight.
Women's cameras trained upon her surely loved what they shot of Smith as well. "Exposed" to me reveals a very real Anna Nicole Smith. The show doesn't need any of the sex scenes. The modeling scenes, in and of themselves, are great sensuous media. I can now see why she compared herself to Marilyn Monroe--physically. Actually, Smith's figure in "Exposed," is better than Monroe's ever was. However, Monroe was a fine actress and shouldn't either have been dismissed as simply a "sex-symbol." Just like Monroe had terrific comic timing (especially in "Some Like It Hot," with Lemmon & Curtis in drag!), Smith had a great sense of how much to give and show of herself, what clothes were exotic on her, what colors revealed the lovely near flawlessness of her skin.
"Exposed" is a very adult only film about Smith's fantasies as a model. I have one more gripe--the list of credits of her work here on IMDb is by no means complete. If Smith was such a gold-digger, as she was made out to be by media thugs, then how come she's got a work vitae pages long? The woman worked! And she loved her work.
I bet 1992-1994 Playboy media of various sorts with Smith modeling has sold like mad from the moment her images hit the public's eye.
Why isn't it okay for a girl to pursue a dream of becoming a sensuous model who rises to the top in her field when she's a grown woman? I say to anyone who puts Ms. Smith down for the dream she did fulfill, the laugh's on you. This was a powerful woman who went after exactly what she wanted out of life. Since she died barely middle-aged, it's a darned good thing she did reach many of her life goals. I'm very glad that she had a good time with her body while she was alive in it!
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