I'm not going to lie, the nudist sub-genre is probably my least favorite of any sexploitation thing out there. More times than not you really can't tell one from another as they all follow the basic story-line. We have a narrator telling us that nudist colonies aren't an evil thing and that they are full of common people that you'd pass on the streets. From here we're taken to the colony where we see what these people do everyday.
10 DAYS IN A NUDIST CAMP would have been a perfect film had it ran just twenty-minutes. Sadly, it clocks in at around a hour and it's a deadly dull hour after a while. I mean, the same stuff keeps getting repeated throughout the film. This is how they exercise. This is how they eat. This is how they swim. Then in about ten- minutes we go through the process again. It gets very boring after a while to be quite honest.
With that said, what I did enjoy about this one is the fact that it was one of the earliest and it also seemed to really want to be a documentary as much as a sexploitation picture. It seems that the tone of the film was to draw people to these clubs or at least have them think differently about them. There's plenty of nudity throughout the picture but it's really not done in the same "in your face" fashion that some later nudist films would do.
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