Naked States

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Overview

Spencer Tunick is a photographer who made a name for himself with his artful studies of nudes, photographed on the sly in public places within full view of bystanders. Tunick's work won him public recognition, critical acclaim, and a number of arrests when police interrupted him and his subjects in the midst of photo shoots. In 1999, Tunick set out on a new project -- a set of fifty nude portraits, one photographed in each of America's fifty states, with the subject of each picture being a citizen of the state in...
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Overview

Spencer Tunick is a photographer who made a name for himself with his artful studies of nudes, photographed on the sly in public places within full view of bystanders. Tunick's work won him public recognition, critical acclaim, and a number of arrests when police interrupted him and his subjects in the midst of photo shoots. In 1999, Tunick set out on a new project -- a set of fifty nude portraits, one photographed in each of America's fifty states, with the subject of each picture being a citizen of the state in question. Filmmaker Arlene Donnelly followed Tunick on his journey, and Naked States is a documentary look at the artist and his work, which also provides a glimpse at both the minds and bodies of the models he finds from coast to coast. Naked States was produced for the premium cable network HBO and was also shown as part of the 2000 American Film Institute Film Festival.
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Special Features

Artists' photographs and biography; Filmmaker biography; Additional short film; Interactive menus; Scene selection
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Editorial Reviews

Boston Globe
Very funny and richly perceptive...not to be missed.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/30/2002
  • UPC: 767685949139
  • Original Release: 2000
  • Rating:

  • Source: New Video Group
  • Sound: Dolby Digital Stereo
  • Time: 1:20:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Technical Credits
Arlene Donnelly Director, Producer
Susie Arnett Executive Producer
Christine Bachas Associate Producer
Jennifer Chaiken Producer
Tom Donahue Editor
Chris Haijan Score Composer
Chris Hajian Score Composer
David Linstrom Cinematographer
Terry Miller Asst. Director
David Nelson Producer
Sheila Nevins Executive Producer
Mitch Osias Sound/Sound Designer
Rick Pagano Casting
Theresa Radka Sound/Sound Designer
Neil Riha Sound/Sound Designer
Leigh Roberts Score Composer
Nicole Sciarrillo Associate Producer
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. Times Square [2:57]
2. Conceptions [5:58]
3. Pose Nude? [6:10]
4. Next Day's News [3:09]
5. Madison [4:23]
6. 40 Below [6:37]
7. Sturgis [7:34]
8. Burning Man [6:24]
9. Sandy Hook [7:55]
10. Public Solitude [12:20]
11. Phish Concert [1:56]
12. Gallery [8:11]
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Menu

Side #1 --
   Play
   Scene Selection
   Extras
      Spencer Tunick Photographs
         Tennessee
         Maryland
         Colorado
         Pennsylvania
         New York
         Indiana
         California
         Nevada
         North Carolina
         Virginia
      Spencer Tunick Biography
      Filmmaker Biography
      Short Film - Strawberry Fields
      Credits
      About Docudrama
      Catalog/Trailers
         Genghis Blues
         Regret To Inform
            Play Trailer
         The Brandon Teena Story
         From Mao To Mozart with Musical Enounters
         Speaking In Strings
            Play Trailer
         Bob Dylan: Don't Look Back
            Play Trailer
         Paul Taylor: Dancemaker
            Play Trailer
         Michael Moore: The Awful Truth
         Pie in the Sky
         Roots Of Rhythm
         Original Cast Album: Company
         Fastpitch
            Play Trailer
         Paradise Lost 2-Revelations
         Always A Bridesmade
         W.I.S.O.R. The Robo-Welder
         The Sweetest Sound
         Sound And Fury
            Play Trailer
         Moon Over Broadway
         Michael Moore: The Awful Truth - The Complete Second Season
         Moyers In Conversation
         The Cream Will Rise
            Play Trailer
         The Atomic Cafe
         Todd McFarlane The Devil You Know
            Play Trailer
         On the Road with Duke Ellington
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Naked States

    Spencer Tunick, the photographer who takes pictures of person in the nude, travels to all 50 states to see if he can get persons to pose for him. It is a very good and sometimes funny to see the reactions of the people he asked to pose for him. To hear the stories and why the people posed was a wonderful addition to this DVD. To some of the persons who posed it was very liberating, to others fun but everyone who posed had their own reason. You will laugh, and for two of the gals that posed it will bring tears to your eyes, of why they did it and how it helped them. Great DVD.

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