A car to a set, PAs calling her to the studio, a car speeding her home to bed through the dark. This afternoon, Ricci tugs on a pair of earphones in a red-curtained soundstage. The nineteen-year-old is small-boned, with a large head and wide cheeks — as with many actors, her face is like a flat drive-in screen on which other people screenwriters, directors can project emotions. A French recording engineer hovers nearby — thick accent, microphone, denim shirt.
Clips from the film have come to light and shown the new superheroine engaging in some very X-rated moments with co-star Christina Ricci. But one of her edgiest roles seems to have been in her first film, Around the Block, scenes from which have been unearthed as it was announced that Ruby would play the first lesbian Batwoman on screen. The Australian film from , starring Christina Ricci, sees the two women engage in a very raunchy sex scene after meeting in a dive bar in Redfern, a suburb of Sydney. The film follows Christina's character, Dino Chalmers, a teacher who tries to get close to a young Aboriginal Australian boy amid the tense times surrounding the Redfern riots, which were sparked by the death of a teenager which some believed was caused by police in the area.
Twenty years ago, I was among the legions of pre-teens who immediately fell in love with Now and Then upon first watch. The film followed four female friends who turned into successful grown women and reunite in a tree house, no less to reminisce about one special summer. The girls were somewhat younger in the film closer to 12 than 17 but they still did a lot of things that Marlene said she and friends would do. Toggle navigation. Now And Then Lesbian History.