Week8Prompt - Christie Hua Film Studies 150 PG As we have...

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Christie Hua Film Studies 150 PG 5/21/10 : As we have been watching the indicted videos in U.S. v John Stagliano, we have been discussing them in relation to the three prongs of obscenity law, Miller v. California, and to the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. List two or three ways in which you think each of the two videos ( Milk Nymphos and Storm Squirters 2: Target Practice ) and the trailer ( Fetish Fanatic 5 ) can be defended from the charge of obscenity, especially on the national standard ground of whether they have any serious literary, artistic, political or scientific value. Say something specific; don't just vent about how crazy and unfair you think the law is. Milk Nymphos: 1. I feel that there is an artistic playfulness between the two “cat-girls” in the first scene of the movie. You can see that the girls enjoy scampering around with each other. It isn’t as if this is some hardcore scene where a girl is in pain.
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