But they wanted it to appear nude, so we came to a compromise.
I was being sculpted by Anton Diffring, who played an artist-the title role, in fact.
After a while, it's just like you're in clothes.
We did a cut for American television, and a separate one for European film release.
My hair was a lot longer in those days-the locks covered my upper chest-I actually used some sort of gaffer's tape to stick it down, so I felt quite secure in that sense.
I hated doing that, loathed doing it.