The Film Committee held an Erotica Weekend, showing Last Tango in Paris (1972), In the Realm of the Senses (1976) and Café Flesh (1982). Though they enjoyed a very high turnout – filling Blodgett Auditorium nearly to capacity – the screenings elicited varied responses. “I couldn’t find any real redeeming quality in the film,” one student said of Last Tango in Paris, “It was low budget, and Brando’s acting and character turned me off…You can see that kind of movie at any sleazy theater in the city.” Others, however, said they had enjoyed the event, “Last Tango is a classic, and it was really done well…I’m all for weekends of this sort. There is a genre of erotica, and it should have as much legitimacy as any art form,” another student told The Miscellany News.