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In this revealing follow-up to the 2001 HBO presentation Naked States: America Undercover, the fearless cameras of "America Undercover" follow flesh photographer Spencer Tunick as he attempts to achieve his ambitious goal of photographing naked people on all seven continents. By photographing nude people both individually and in large groups across the globe, the controversial Tunick explores the role that nudity plays in various cultures and encourages discussion in the ongoing debate about nudity in legitimate ...
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In this revealing follow-up to the 2001 HBO presentation Naked States: America Undercover, the fearless cameras of "America Undercover" follow flesh photographer Spencer Tunick as he attempts to achieve his ambitious goal of photographing naked people on all seven continents. By photographing nude people both individually and in large groups across the globe, the controversial Tunick explores the role that nudity plays in various cultures and encourages discussion in the ongoing debate about nudity in legitimate art. With just one year to achieve his ambitious goal and nine countries to visit, Tunick offers a compelling look at a variety of cultures and the key role that the human form has played in art throughout the ages.
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Special Features

Closed Caption; New York installation video; Audio commentary with director/producer Arlene Donnelly Nelson and artist Spencer Tunick; Gallery of artwork
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/21/2006
  • UPC: 026359266423
  • Original Release: 2003
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  • Source: Hbo Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:16:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Spencer Tunick Interviewee
Technical Credits
Arlene Donnelly Nelson Director, Cinematographer, Producer
David Nelson Executive Producer
Tom Donahue Editor
Chris Hajian Score Composer
David Linstrom Cinematographer
Sheila Nevins Executive Producer
Leigh Roberts Score Composer
Heather Ross Associate Producer
Helen Hood Scheer Producer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Naked World
1. Montréal, Canada [5:38]
2. Paris, France [7:49]
3. Greenwich, England [7:55]
4. Galway, Ireland [4:09]
5. St. Petersburg, Russia [4:46]
6. Church of Spilled Blood [5:38]
7. Melbourne, Australia [5:39]
8. Yarra River, Melbourne [4:04]
9. Tokyo, Japan [5:03]
10. Ikebukuro, Tokyo [1:45]
11. Cape Town, South Africa [5:28]
12. Sandy Bay, Cape Town [1:34]
13. Paradise Cove, Antarctica [8:08]
14. Bienal - São Paulo, Brazil [3:27]
15. Seven Continents [3:47]
16. End Credits [1:34]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Naked World
   Play Movie
   Chapters
   Special Features
      New York Installation Video
      Audio Commentary With Director/Producer Arlene Donnelly Nelson and Artist Spencer Tunick: On
      Audio Commentary With Director/Producer Arlene Donnelly Nelson and Artist Spencer Tunick: Off
      Gallery of Artwork
   Languages
      English 2.0
      Spanish 2.0
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

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    Naked World

    Spencer Tunick work is very interesting. What is considered art and what is considered pornogrophy? In countries that would be considered very liberal in the art world, this artist has been taken to jail many times for photographing large numbers or single people in the nude. His work is very beautiful, but not to all. He is finally known in the art world as a artist, as he should be. Watch this DVD and it may make you think of your own body in a very artistic way.

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