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'Skin: A History of Nudity in the Movies' looks at the past, with an eye on the future
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But this slightly over-long documentary also serves a significant purpose, exposing literally hypocrisy in the movie industry's past to better understand the challenges of presenting sexuality on screen in the present and future. Toward that end, "Skin" begins from the perspective of the MeToo movement, discussing the pressure actresses have felt, evolving standards through the years and the logistics of filming nude scenes in a way that still makes those involved comfortable, including the use of intimacy coordinators. As critic Amy Nicholson notes, such decisions must now be "cross examined" and justified, which was hardly the case in the old days. For some actors, these career choices were agonizing. For others, it wasn't that a big deal. That includes a few of the men interviewed, with Malcolm McDowell reminiscing about his roles in s movies like "A Clockwork Orange" and "Caligula," saying, "I came along at the very moment that the floodgates opened. Indeed, the film reminds us how much the media world has changed from the pre-Internet age, when going to the movies actually offered the semi-magical and yes, often naughty allure of seeing things that weren't readily accessible in the comfort of one's home.
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You are now logged in. Forgot your password? Looking back on the cinematic sexy-wars of the last century from the promised land of total pornography we inhabit today must be a little puzzling for young cinephiles. Was there really a time when people got bent out of shape by the lewd wisecracks of Mae West, the rather basic butt-baring of Brigitte Bardot, the epic but completely covered-up bosom of Jane Russell?