Micky is going on a Jolly Up! They went there to cycle - but decided to have a laugh instead…There are two kinds of men in this world – those that use maps and Micky Flanagan. Join Micky and bricky Noel on a detour through France quite unlike any other you’ve seen before.: Unicycling Clowns, cat-phobic jesters, a chicken that looks like Boris Johnson, gypsies, cross-dressing, nudism and cosmic wine – it’s all here –- in a hilarious bromance that see’s Micky take on his greatest challenge yet…the French!
A group of revolutionary students experiences rebellion, enlightenment, and change while establishing a commune devoted to free love, anarchy, and nudism, only to see their children eventually engage in a similarly styled rebellion 20 years later. The year was 1968: Catherine, Yves, and Hervé were 20 years old, and the revolt in May had turned their lives upside down.
Léo is dragged to a nudist camping resort by his mother. Like most boys at the age of 12 or 13, being nude in public holds little appeal for Léo, who protests by wearing extra layers. Until he meets a certain special girl, who captures his heart and releases his inhibitions.
This is an amusing time capsule film that really doesn't have much real nudity unless you consider the bare backside nudity. This is pretty much an academic look at nudism at the time the film was made. Most of the film is a travelogue with bits shot in New York City, the upstate New York nudist camp, Paris, a "nudist" camp outside it, another French one and finally a trip into Germany. The narration is matter of fact and straight forward. Its actually a pretty good documentary on the subject that is hampered by the limitations of when it was shot. If you're looking for retro-porn, then please don't bother :)
At a New York City restaurant, the patrons are men, nude but for a G-string, waited on by one woman, also clad in a G-string (played by Viva) and a G-bestringed (bestrung?) waiter. Some of the "nude" patrons leave the establishment, their places taken by new customers, also nearly in the buff. There are numerous in-camera jump cuts (known as 'strobe cuts') and the camera weaves around a bit. The waiter and waitress move from table to table, talking to the customers. Taylor Mead sits smirking at the fountain, where eventually he partakes in a long conversation with Viva about her Catholic childhood. Viva, the waitress if not the actual person, seemingly is obsessed with the subject of lascivious priests. There is more strobe cutting and at one point, Viva turns to the camera and asks that it be turned off. The camera is turned off and, after an interlude, is turned back on again…
Children are also people." - with this statement starts Oswalt Kolle the Aufklärungsfilm your child, an unknown creature, the adaptation his first successful book on sexuality and needs of small- and school children and adolescents. To advise dienten him, as in the movies before scientists; here u. A. Prof. Dr. Gerd Biermann, head of the first German Institute for Psychohygiene in Bruehl near Cologne. It will be the topics Sauberkeitsgewöhnung, mental illness and above all: Erziehungsfehler, sexuality and birth dealt with.