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The Model, the Poster and 3,000 Women (2004)

TV Movie  -   -  Documentary  -  22 June 2004 (UK)
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Documentary about the infamous 80's Athena poster "L'Enfant", which featured 23 year old Adam Perry holding a newborn baby in his arms, exploring the extraordinary impact that image had on its key participants' lives.

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Adam Perry ...
Himself / The Model
Spencer Rowell ...
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Stelios Havatsias ...
Himself / L'Enfant
Tracey MacLeod ...
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Elizabeth Adams ...
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Kaia Curtis ...
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Fiona Ellis ...
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Berenice Gold ...
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Emma Hewitt ...
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Janie Markham ...
Herself
Caroline Morse ...
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Robert Pereno ...
Himself
Helen Ratcliff ...
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Paul Rodriguez ...
Himself (archive footage)
Karen Shuker ...
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Documentary about the infamous 80's Athena poster "L'Enfant", which featured 23 year old Adam Perry holding a newborn baby in his arms, exploring the extraordinary impact that image had on its key participants' lives.

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Worth watching, made me think
19 May 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is only the second comment I've ever posted here, so am not too sure if any of it counts as a 'spoiler'.

I watched this a few nights ago on Channel 4 TV. Mesmerised by the stream of good looking women who had had it away with Adam Perry. He clearly has rather good taste. And as he pointed out.., "Women like sex."

Today, a couple of days later, I wasn't too sure whether I had been watching a morality tale, or...?

The ending, a re-enactment of the 'L,Enfant' photo-shoot looked to me very artificial. Spencer Rowell didn't sound awfully sympathetic to Adam Perry's long-standing complaint about only having earned 100 pounds shoot fee, whilst just about everyone else... Spencer had the air of "Well, it was all a long time ago". Plus, unspoken, the attitude of someone raised with the idea that a model is just someone, anyone, for a photographer or art director to exercise their talents.

For me the dialogue that stuck was when Spencer, playing with his son, said that growing up, being a man , was when you are able to accept the responsibilities of being a parent. Even though he had always felt that he would be an abysmal father.

And Adam, when asked if he felt that sleeping with 3,000 women had damaged him, replied no, the damage had been done long before that.

Andrew Preston


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