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10 Days in a Nudist Camp (1952)
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10 Days in a Nudist Camp (1952)

A fresh look at the vintage nudist documentaries recently resurrected on Blu-ray by Kino Lorber

Brett Marcus Cook reviews Kino Lorber's Blu-ray release of vintage nudist documentaries, including "10 Days in a Nudist Camp" (1952). Cook explores the film's patchwork composition, blending footage from multiple sources, and its unique focus on dance and physical movement. They highlight the film’s connection to early 20th-century nudism and its spiritual essence. Despite the chaotic editing, Cook appreciates the film's expressive depiction of nudist ideals, setting it apart from more exploitative works in the genre. 🪐


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