Cinema: Bust

Love on a Pillow. On the wide screen in full color looms an eye approximately the size of a swimming pool. The next shot: gargantuan lips. The blonde hair is a veldt of tangled desires; the whited torso stands out like Gibraltar. Put them all together, they form Brigitte Bardot, back again in an epidermoid epic directed by her first husband Roger Vadim (And God Created Woman). For those who may have missed BB on earlier outings, Vadim—apparently reminiscing—offers the Grand Tour. He photographs her frontwards, backwards, sideways, closeup, long view, and from above, through what appears to be a hole...

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