This Nude World: An Authentic Trip Through the World's Most Famous Nudist Colonies
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This uncensored look at nudist colonies around the world lays bare the history of the practice of nakedness in a "100-percent authentic" style that had 1933 censor boards fuming, protesters marching and police squads raiding theaters.
Our clothing-optional tour begins at the Catskills' Camp Olympia where New Yorkers enjoy their weekends of freedom exercising, swimming and lounging in the sun. The next stop is France where we get an Eiffel of the tower, enjoy a Folies-Bergere performance, and join birthday-suiters at a Paris gym and behind the high stone walls of a 16th century chateau. The good times continue as we move on to Germany, the land where the nudist movement originated, and visit with physical culture buffs made fit by outdoor recreation. With historical proponents Ben Franklin, Henry David Thoreau and Walt Whitman, as this movie contends, you too can enjoy the naked truth about going au natural. - Tom Weaver
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The film is fun for another reason; some of America, France and Germany are shown as the world was in 1933. The aerial shots over New York and Paris are amazing, as both flying and cinematography were in their infancy.
This is a fun film to watch, especially with your nudist family and friends...take off your clothes and enjoy a bit of nudist history.