Dick: The Documentary

Dick: The Documentary

By Brian Fender

Synopsis

In August 2008, filmmaker Brian Fender posted an add on Craigslist to solicit volunteers for a documentary project. He invited "subjects" into his living room to strip down and reveal themselves physically and emotionally through personal stories about their relationship to their penises. Fender interviewed a vast cross-section of anonymous, naked men about their prized appendage: from monks to transsexuals to ex-marines to designers, ranging in age from 21 to 80. Hoping to demystify, illuminate, and even celebrate this "member" in our society, this DIY documentary is a candid exploration of what it means to have a dick.
United States 48 minutes 2014 English
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A Dick is Just a Dick

by Louis Bryan on Feb 25th, 2016
A fascinating and long overdue documentary that looks at--literally--and records each participants' personal view of the size of their penises, its impact on their lives from boyhood to becoming men. It's a movie that unmasks a crucial aspect of the cruel conditioning, starting at birth, of what of makes a man a real man. That totally unreal creation of society known as the "masculine image." Also, this film opens a window that let's us see--just by talking about their penises-- how vulnerable men are in actuality, i.e., human. Bravo! Let's have more documentaries, AND movies with frontal nudity, that discuss and/or show the naturalness of the male member. 'Cause when it comes right down to it: a dick is just a dick--period.
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