The history of nudism and nudist films is contrasted with the nudist lifestyle today in this entertaining documentary. Also go behind the scenes on the making of a new naturist film, "The Naked Place."
A somewhat prudish young lady inherits a nudist camp. She wants to shut it down, but is persuaded by its members to give the place a look before she takes any action. She agrees, and while ... See full summary »
A timid college student, Julie, is assigned to write a research paper on "Nudity in the 1980's" She and her boyfriend, Steve, visit several nudist clubs in England, the south of France and ... See full summary »
Camp Beaverton: Meet the Beavers is a documentary film by Ana Grillo and Beth Nelsen, aka Ana Mission and Agent Nelsen. Camp Beaverton is the Home for Wayward Girls, the only queer, all ... See full summary »
Come follow our free-wheeling host as she seeks out the world's most out-of-the-way swimming holes. Whether by foot, dog sled, bicycle, or camel - up and over snowy mountains, across ... See full summary »
A boy, an old man, two beautiful twin sisters get caught up in a voyeuristic scandal during the Cultural Revolution in China. This controversial film was subsequently banned and was never ... See full summary »
James Dean Bradfield,
Cris Ridenour, constantly disobeying the petty demands of the petulant elite. After meeting a group of German delinquents, portrays cultural assimilation as necessary to human survival yet also the link to ones gravest loss.
Constantin von Jascheroff,
Nora von Waldstätten
Stuck in a Christian 'rehabilitation' camp, Ming recalls his double life, a whirlwind of sex and drugs as a rent boy, and a sedate, romantic life with the older and more conservative Yen. ... See full summary »
Though ostensibly based on the book, "American Nudist: The Lost Journal," the director never read the book nor the three versions of the original script. The prologue from the book was added in post. See more »
It's silly how nowadays some people look for excuses to show boobs (for me Game Of Thrones is one example). This "movie" is irritating in that sense. Also it's a bit offensive. Let me expand on that. On one hand, all the nudity he filmed (not the "documental" part of the thing) was exclusively women showing their boobs. Do you really need to make an excuse for that? You could easily have made a porno, and you could have banged your cast mates. That was all you wanted. Men can also be nudist, duh. On the other hand, it pisses me off the way the naked body of a woman must always be used as a way to sell things (PETA's adds are always with naked women, men are always dressed). Halfway through the film I had to stop, so, I just endured about 50 minutes. That's to say a lot IMHO.
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