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The sum of her body parts does not equal the whole woman,
This review is from: Breasts - A Documentary (DVD)
BREASTS - A DOCUMENTARY comprises interviews with about two dozen women of all shapes, sizes, and ages discussing their bosoms. Most of the subjects appear topless.
The two BREASTS women I find most attractive, K.C. and Shana, are A-cups. K.C. says she has never needed a bra because she's so small on top. But it would not surprise me to learn lots of men like K.C., as she looks fine and carries herself well. The documentary includes no male subjects even though a number of the women say they like the attention their bosoms draw from the opposite sex. A go-go dancer says most strip clubs won't hire small-breasted women. But how many men care about size that much? And how many guys fixate on girls' tops? BREASTS includes stories about male doctors who examine their female patients' breasts when the women were only complaining about a sore throat, but does a handful of jerks represent all men?
Also, do women in other countries think about their breasts as much as Americans? If the BREASTS filmmakers shoot a sequel, that would interest me.
In its original 50-minute version, I rate BREASTS three stars, as I would like the women to speak longer. But in its D.V.D. release, one of the extras offers another 25-odd minutes of interviews, so I award a fourth star.
BREASTS - A DOCUMENTARY does not seem to try to draw a conclusion about America's breast-obsessed culture. Each woman speaks for herself, and the film leaves the rest of the discussion to the viewer.
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Initial post: Jan 4, 2010 6:37:19 PM PST
Matthew G. Sherwin says:
Thanks for a good review, Matt
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