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There are some contradictions between this article and the one for The Lover, which states March was 17 when she filmed most of the movie, but the sexual scenes were filmed after turned 18. This differs from this article which suggests a body double and that March was 2 years older than reported. The stories need to be straightened out so maybe someone more familiar with March and her work can do so. I removed a comment regarding child porn re: The Lover as this is not notable; numerous mainstream films have had nudity and/or sexual scenes involving underage actors (at least underage by US standards), including acclaimed films such as American Beauty, Pretty Baby, Thirteen and Pretty Persuasion to name a few. There's some legal loophole that prevents them from being lumped in with porn. 23skidoo 20:55, 12 August 2006 (UTC)
"Though the film was only a qualified success, March herself received more good reviews." Is there any evidence for this? As far as I remember, the critics were as scathing about her acting skills as they were about the rest of the movie. AuntFlo (talk) 18:37, 7 July 2010 (UTC)