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NUDE explores perceptions of nudity in art by chronicling the creative process of photographer David Bellemere as he's commissioned by NU Muses founder Steve Shaw to shoot a fine art calendar of nude photographs.
Georgina throws a sleepover party for her friend Jamie, a moderately successful actress, on the night of Jamie's fiancée's bachelor party. Jill, Jamie, Marcy, Rachel, and Georgina have been friends since childhood, and as the evening progresses they talk about a variety of topics: Georgina's heterosexual fantasies and her uncertainties about Chris, her live-in lover; Jamie's doubts and insecurities about marriage; and all of their attitudes toward sex and sexual fantasies.Written by
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The original VHS and cable versions of the film contain an alternate title card in the opening credits of the film. The title is displayed as one word, in lower case, ("livenudegirls") and separates the words by color. The word "live" is white, the word "nude" is blue, and the word "girls" is white. This can also be seen at the very end of the closing credits, however, the entire title is displayed in white. For both R-rated and unrated DVD releases from Lions Gate, this was replaced with a new title card to emulate the typeface shown on the original cover art. This display is far less subtle and fills most of the screen in a very bright pink lettering. See more »
Being a male I had often wondered what women think and talk about when they're on their own. I had no idea that it would be so obsessively sexual. In any case, this movie is an interesting examination of the lives and relationships of a bunch of women, each of whom have their own hang-ups and problems, but with a close-knit friendship which binds them together. The title can be somewhat misleading, although there is plenty of nudity involved, as this movie is more about women empowering women than about male exploitation/domination of women. A different slant in the old 'friends get back together for a reunion/wedding/death/whatever and talk/explore their past/renew bonds/whatever' genre. Worth a watch - 7/10.
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