One minute into an interview with director Doug Hughes, a stage manager drags him back to the rehearsal room. Hughes returns, but a designer then plucks him from his seat, demanding he attend a costume fitting. Just as he resettles again, the lead actor emerges in silk robe and striped pajamas, desiring approval. A few more cast and crew members—many of them lugging luxurious props—waylay him, but Hughes politely puts them off. Only toward the interview's end does he allow himself the distraction of two gorgeous, leggy females. As they nuzzle his chest, he grins at them, scratches their ears, and explains that they play police dogs in... More >>>