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Naked States ()


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Photographer Spencer Tunick travels the U.S. in search of volunteers to pose nude for his outlaw photo-shoots, all of them done out in public and often without legal permits. This... See more »

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Spencer Tunick ...
Himself (photographer)
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Himself (Phish)
Fraya Berg ...
Herself
Deborah Berman ...
Herself
Reg Bowes ...
Himself
Ken Q. Fine ...
Himself
Teri Kelsh ...
Herself
Ronald Kuby ...
Himself (Tunick's attorney) (as Ron Kuby)
Tanysha Marbury ...
Herself
Toby Mildenberger ...
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Mary Pascal ...
Herself
Jonathan Porcelli ...
Himself
Jerome Samuelson ...
Himself
David Silver ...
Himself
Michael Simmons ...
Himself
Dan Speers ...
Himself (as Dan Spears)
Patricia Tunick ...
Herself
Molly Weyes ...
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Directed by

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Arlene Nelson ... (as Arlene Donnelly)

Produced by

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Susie Arnett ... executive producer
Christine Bachas ... associate producer
Jennifer Chaiken ... producer
Christian Hoagland ... producer
Lawrence Miller ... producer: Midwest
Arlene Nelson ... producer (as Arlene Donnelly)
David Nelson ... producer
Sheila Nevins ... executive producer
Nicole Sciarrillo ... associate producer

Music by

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Chris Hajian
Leigh Roberts

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Brett Albright
Dave Linstrom
Arlene Nelson ... (as Arlene Donnelly)
Peter Rieveschl

Film Editing by

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Tom Donahue

Editorial Department

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Niels Dachler ... additional editor

Casting By

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Richard Pagano ... (as Rick Pagano)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Terry Miller ... assistant director

Sound Department

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Matt Israel ... sound mixer
Martin Mawyer ... opening sound montage
Mitch Osias ... sound designer
Rich Pooler ... sound
Theresa Radka ... sound
Neil Riha ... sound
Annie Sprinkle ... opening sound montage
Peter Zivkovic ... sound

Thanks

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Krissy Bowler ... very special thanks
Doug Brand ... special thanks
Dick Brown ... special thanks
Jason Colton ... special thanks
Kelly Dennis ... special thanks
Mack Dolan ... special thanks
Tom Donahue ... very special thanks
Arthur Donnelly ... special thanks
Harold Rice Fahringer ... special thanks
Barry Frien ... special thanks
Sam Hamilton ... very special thanks
Al Hassas ... special thanks
Bob Hawk ... special thanks
Christian Hoagland ... extra special thanks
Julie Insogna ... special thanks
Julie Joell ... special thanks
Paul Judelson ... special thanks
Tim Kennelly ... special thanks
Robert Klass ... special thanks
Ronald Kuby ... special thanks (as Ron Kuby)
Peter Laarman ... special thanks
Eric Lemonides ... special thanks
Greg Mehok ... extra special thanks
Elizabeth Meyerson ... special thanks
Gerald Mocarsky ... special thanks
Helen Morrell ... special thanks
Tracy Morse ... special thanks
Jonathan Porcelli ... very special thanks
Gus Reyes ... very special thanks
Jerry Saltz ... special thanks
Roberto Schaefer ... special thanks
Curtis Sliwa ... special thanks
Calliope Sol ... special thanks
George Spyros ... special thanks
Patricia Tunick ... special thanks
Grady Turner ... special thanks
Ken Waddell ... extra special thanks

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Plot Summary

Photographer Spencer Tunick travels the U.S. in search of volunteers to pose nude for his outlaw photo-shoots, all of them done out in public and often without legal permits. This documentray chronicles Tunick's logistic nightmares, his brushes with the law, and the free-spirit-volunteers who discard their inhibitions for his artistic vision, and their own personal concepts of self-gratification Written by Anonymous

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Also Known As
  • Gymne politeies: I tainia (Greece)
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  • 80 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs The film is deceptively edited. Spencer Tunick did two Times Square shoots, one in 1997 and one in 1999. At the start of the film, his arrest at the 1999 shoot is incorporated into footage from the 1997 shoot. The Naked States tour happened 1997-98. The film makes it appear as if Spencer had criminal charges pending at the time of the tour. Spencer's arrest and vindication are used to bookend the film. In fact, all that happened a year after the Naked States tour concluded. See more »
Movie Connections References The Shining (1980). See more »
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