Teas directed by Russ Meyer was the first of such films. The nudist-camp movie was revived in the s with Garden of Eden , the first naturist film shot in color. Glenda Jackson won the Academy Award for Best Actress in that film, the first performer to win for a role that included nude scenes. In Italy, nudity and strong sexual themes go back to the silent era with films such as The Last Days of Pompeii However, they were subject to state censorship regimes and could be excluded from so-called "family" theatres. Today, though nudity in film is much more common, its presence in dramas is still expected to be justified on artistic grounds. The first films containing nudity were the early erotic films. Though female nudity was routinely treated with respect and solemnity, male nudity, when it finally found its way onto the screen, was generally treated humorously and mockingly. The Code was adopted in , and began to be effectively enforced in Despite the fact that his more famous films are nothing like adverts in tone, their unusual structure does seem to hint at the influence of commercial work. There were many imitators and series in this genre. The Skin I Live In Pedro Almodovar, Pedro Almodovar has always had dark subject matter at the heart of his films, though these topics are often tempered by the human warmth that pervades his ensemble casts. A feature of the film was the use of larger-breasted women, which became a feature of this genre. Then in one dramatic gesture, she yanked off her bra top and flung it on top of her pile of clothes. These films were promoted as erotic and artistic, rather than pornographic, but in , Saturn was dissolved by the censorship authorities and its films destroyed.