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Cinema Au Naturel: A History Of Nudist Film

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The quirky world of nudist film is revealed at last. Cinema Au Naturel brings to life many long-forgotten films such as Elysia: Valley of the Nude, The Monster at Camp Sunshine, and Take Off Your Clothes and Live. In his account of the history of nudist film, Mark Storey introduces readers to the best and the worst of these cinematic portrayals of clothes-free life. From t ...more
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Jason Coffman
May 12, 2011 rated it really liked it
The definitive guide to nudist film from its earliest incarnations to the present day. Storey provides interesting background explaining how the earliest nudist films came to be, explains the conditions that led to the boom in nudist films in the late 50s and early 60s, and covers nudists making their own documentaries and films from small film productions to more modern video releases. If you've read books on exploitation film and wanted more information on this particular niche, there's no bet ...more
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