In this fascinating yet all-too-brief look into the apartments and recording studios that Madonna lived in and used pre-superstar-status, we see Madonna very candid and generally very funny. She's scoping out her former digs with close friend Rupert Everett, and in the process goes through details on her nude modeling career and early recording habits. The best moment comes when Madonna goes into the deli she once frequented and is offered pricey original nude prints of herself by an older male customer - the shots she took all those years ago and surfaced in Penthouse and Playboy in '85. Madonna smirks and responds "Oh, but I can get them for free!"
Worth a look for re-runs!
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