People from the upper classes follow the "Ingsoc" philosophy and are under permanent surveillance of Big Brother through the "telescreen" — a monitor that is television and also spies the life of each individual. However, the proletariat is free of the control of the state. The Party has just released the 10th edition of the Newspeak Dictionary, with the intention of reducing the words to make people limited to express any feeling against the Party. In the "Minitrue" Ministry of Truth in Newspeak , the bureaucrat Winston Smith John Hurt rewrites history to permit the party to control the future and is quite indifferent to his society. Winston is approached by the party member O'Brien Richard Burton that gives a copy of the new released dictionary to him.
I don't think the nudity of the actress Suzanna Hamilton in this film is distracting or gratuitous. It is not meant to be lewd or prurient and I think it fits perfectly with the visual and narrative texture of the film as a whole. The only way I might see it as a bit jarring is with the "shock cut" from the scene where Winston is working in his cubicle to the scene where Julia is suddenly seen walking around in the room stark naked. I don't know if one can fault the movie just because it doesn't exactly prepare you for this explicit scene although we have already seen Julia nude once in the film - so by the time of this second scene we already know that the nature of Winston and Julia's relationship is a frankly sexual one and therefore it should not be considered "distracting" as such.
She later attended the Anna Scher Theatre School becoming one of its first alumni to make a name for herself. Suzanna does not court celebrity and took a conscious decision to move out of mainstream cinema into more independent productions in the mids. In her son Lowell was born and she has acted less frequently since but is still working. Suzanna was 12 when this was filmed but is so skinny she could pass for younger unlike her co-star Kit Seymour Nancy who looks too old and slightly uncomfortable with her role.