Something snaps when an actress loses her looks and her career falters. Once their male audiences lose interest, things go downhill fast.
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Use of the term tends to emphasize a focus on and affection for those B movies that lend themselves to appreciation as camp. In this transformed commercial context, work like Russ Meyer's gained a new legitimacy. Sense of Cinema. The film skewered the success-oriented decade of the s and was regarded as somewhat risque at the time, but considered tame by the end of the s. Examples of docufiction include Ingagi , notorious for its fake scenes of semi-nude "native" girls filmed on a back lot.
Five years later, Meyer came out with his breakthrough film, Lorna , which combined sex, violence, and a dramatic storyline. Italian director Federico Fellini's risque masterpiece La Dolce Vita translated "The Sweet Life" , that marked the end of his Neo-Realistic period, starred Marcello Mastrioanni as a decadent society playboy and gossip columnist who pursued statuesque and busty film star Anita Ekberg to the Trevi Fountain.