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Lily Tomlin taps her feminist experience for 'Admission'
Shortly before Lily Tomlin arrived on set to play an aging feminist in Paul Weitz's dramatic comedy "Admission," she had a flash of inspiration. What if she had a breastplate made to cover her upper torso, tattooed it and then appeared in the film shirtless while chopping wood? The act would perfectly symbolize '60s radical feminism.
By Steven Zeitchik, Los Angeles Times
January 12, 2013