LOS ANGELES — 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.
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