Five gay men who specialize in fashion, food & wine, grooming, culture, and interior design go to the rescue of helpless straight men with no sense of fashion nor anything else and do a ... See full summary »
In the near future, where government regulations are so restrictive our most intimate acts are considered acts of rebellion, Nora tries to break out of a lifetime of strict thought and sexual repression before it's too late.
This comment is for the Swedish version of this show. I've never seen the British or American versions so I don't really know anything about those. But I guess that the formula is more or less the same.
I like the basic idea about making women feel better about themselves. But one thing really puzzles me. Do women really drop their clothes this easily? And in front of a camera? Sounds strange to me. Even if they do feel more beautiful than ever before. My guess is that these women were asked BEFORE doing the show, if they would consider getting naked.
Would the producers really waste all this time and money on a woman, and then just HOPE that she will agree to get naked after everything else has been done and paid for? Otherwise the episode has to stay in the archive together with film of 20 other women that didn't want to get naked on TV? But I guess a little cheating on TV isn't that unusual.
And the show does have a positive message, after all.
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