This very personal documentary talks about the feelings, physicality and often hidden stories that surround a man's private sexual parts. I also couldn't guess why there were some guys who were naked and some that were not. But rarely do we hear men talking honestly about their penises - until now. The interviews are edited around themes: discovery, early sexual experiences, masturbation, size, oral sex, libido, performance, disease and maladies, maturity. It was okay, I guess, but they included the fraud Alan Abel way too much. Video and audio quality on both featurettes is clear. A mix of heterosexual, homosexual and bisexual men, along with two transgender individuals, were interviewed.
I had a lot of fun being interviewed in the documentary -- and enjoyed being a total showoff grin. Item is in original shrink wrap if applicable. I don't understand why some people get offended at such things or say it is a shame that children might see this. This was discussed in Internet newsgroups right after it came out, and oddly Jonah Falcon seemed really angry by it. The very subject of this documentary is still very taboo among men and finding such a candid, fun, mature and, well, enlightening take on it is down right refreshing. This show is made with the most candid, down to earth and honest film-making I have seen in many years. Valuable insight into how men shape their identity from the size and shape of their private parts.
As a man, I found this refreshing, informative, funny and honestly human. However, I was disappointed that the documentary was so slow-moving and, frankly, downbeat. It seemed weird some guys were nude and others weren't. But rarely do we hear men talking honestly about their penises — until now. It's like striping their own clothes and revealing their dicks. Especially recommended for sociology students. I mean, exposing male private member still yeah still hard to be done taboo.
A A lot of people told me they wished they'd seen more of me, and I did have a lot of views about such topics as anti-circumcision. One is paralyzed below the chest. There are a few short clips interspersed from vintage sex education films, and the quality of those is as expected for such older material. Each and everyone interviewed has his own perception on the subject. Guess what, the Earth didn't open up and swallow everyone. This is all material that anyone who is a man or who has ever hung around with men already knows.
But the men are the picture of honesty and vulnerability. Some are gay, others straight; two are transsexual. I don't think there is anything wrong with the dick and the male body - I think their beautiful in there own way. Powers and Spadola know how to get their penis-carrying subjects to open up in front of the cameras, though, and in a series of interviews designed to be both humorous and insightful, a variety of males from all walks of life discuss personal revelations related to puberty, sexuality, perception, and, as it may go without saying, size. I have to say Thom Powers and Meema Spadola have enough material to make this documentary great, such as age differential, numbers of jobs, and races. And some man talking too much even actually his comments didn't really significant compare to other may just have couple minutes. I mean, their talking about their dick but nothing to see it's like buying a cat inside a sack.
It frankly may as well have been mono, as it is little more than men talking without any background music, but the audio is clear and the voices are easy to understand. As a documentary filmed in a studio setting against plain backgrounds, there are not any visuals here that will challenge your video display. Alan responded, claiming to have a two inch penis, and wore underwear when interviewed. They were interviewed nude on a variety of topics related to their genitals and sexuality, including first sexual experience, frequency of , , , , sexual performance, and. Well, it's a great leap to have bravery in exposing male penis on film and thank God this is documentary. The men many of whom appear nude offer personal revelations that are honest, humorous and often poignant as they frankly discuss puberty, sexuality, impotence, circumcision, myths and perceptions, growing old, and, of course, size.
Well, it's because mostly film maker in this world are male and mostly they are heterosexual too. Unfortunately, what's left is simply not very interesting. They finally showed male frontal nudity. I know it's against the rule, the common. I think this was the first time in all of the 40 years, outside of a porno movie, I've seen mens dicks. A lexicographer discusses language, especially slang; a few archival educational-film clips divide the topics. Interspersed with clips from vintage sex education films and witty cartoons.
This might entertain you for an hour if it was airing late one night on cable, but frankly is not worth the price of a rental. I like to see someone sitting on a chair and having their comments recorded, but what I saw here like someone was talking about their miserable live and their miserable dicks. Well, this film made in 1999. Maybe it should wait until 1:00 am? Men spend a lot of time thinking about their penises, and even thinking with their penises. Men mostly wish they were bigger. Too flat and unfortunately there is no emotional involved.