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The history of nudism and nudist films is contrasted with the nudist lifestyle today in this entertaining documentary. Also follows the behind the scenes goings-on of two nudist feature films.
Director Young sees a void in Hollywood: naturists are out there . . . they deserve to see themselves accurately portrayed on film. -- DVD Verdict, Sept. 9, 2005See all Editorial Reviews
This product was a one time watch, I was hoping for beach bunnies and some women who peeked my intrest. what ever their idea for thiis fim was I did not watch it twice.Published on April 15, 2012 by Kevin Sutton
Pretty lame video. Not much in it. Forget about it.
The DVD was so bad it really isn't worth writing a review. Sorry. Buy at your own risk.
This was a little dull. It is a history about naturalism, but it does not have the History Channel quality for quality educational. I would not suggest anyone buy this.Published on August 28, 2008 by Lamar White
I have issues with what this movie is really about. My hunch is that the director, T.L. Young, wanted to squeeze the most money out of and promote the feature film he was making,... Read morePublished on May 14, 2008 by Will*I*Am
You get an inside look of what nudists feel, and stereotypes that come with it. Also there was a subplot of actors auditioning for the roles. Read morePublished on May 3, 2006 by Nelson Suave Peace
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I'm still waiting for an answer to your original quesiton--why use professional models in your nudist video instead of nudists? I didn't quite follow the somewhat rambling "response" you gave, and it didn't seem to actually address the question.
Dec 15, 2008 by D.Michael | See all 4 posts